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Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. closed Sundays and Mondays .........................

Weeks of camp for 2018

June 10-16    Advanced week of riding for riders who can w/t/canter easily.  More advanced lessons on the horse and more advanced ground lessons; including training, medical, care, dressage, jumping, and flat work included.

June 17-23   Jumping week for riders who want to specialize in more jumping skills.  English only, and riders should have a basic skill level of walk/trot/canter.

June 24-30  Open skills week for all levels of riders.  any ages from 8-18 years old.   Basic skills are taught, along with trail riding, games, and full care of their horses during the week.   Bring your own horse if you want!

July 1-7th   Trail, Games and fun week is open to all riders, and includes everything the girls love to do with their horses.   Trail, lessons, bareback, swimming, grooming, flat and over fences for those that are able.   Any ability levels

July 8-14th   Learn to ride Cross Country is a week of jumping that takes the riders out of the "ring" and into the fields and lake areas for fun with their horses.   Everyone loves this adventure week of riding in the wide open spaces.

July 15-21   This is our final week of 2018, and we cover show skills, cross country riding and jumping, and learning how to "pace" with their horses.  a small show at the end of the week for parents to enjoy.  So Much FUN.....

All weeks need a $150 non refundable deposit and paperwork to register.  go to the "forms" page for 3 papers...Insurance, Medical, and registration forms. Send with deposit to:   2279 East Union Road, Jefferson, Ohio 44047

Each week will register 10 riders maximum.  Arrival time for all camps is 2pm on Sundays, and parents should arrive at 10am on the following Saturday to watch the girls ride for them.  (about 1 hour) 

Balance of camp is not due until you arrive at camp on Sunday,   (no credit cards please).  A charge may be set up in the tack shop for spending during the week.  (payable on Saturday at pick-up) 

No phone usage during camp time.  Riders may bring their phones to take pictures, but all phones are kept in the main farmhouse during their stay. 

Call before sending in registrations to be sure there is a spot for your camper.  Then follow up with paperwork and deposit.   If bringing your own horse, you must have all shots up to date. 

Call  440-858-2244 and ask for Candy to make a reservation.