Winter Break Horse Camp - Week 2
A five-day horse camp - 12/26 to 12/30 9am till 1pm
- Starts Dec 26Starts Dec 26
- 400 US dollars$400
- Sidekick Stables
At an average day at horse camp, campers arrive in the morning for our camp powwow (meeting) to go over the day’s events and address any safety issues from the day before. We learn something about the type of riding we will be doing. (parts of the saddle, how to handle the reins, mounting safety and more) Then we get our horses out and start grooming and tacking up. We split up into two groups and while the first group rides, the second group learns about horse care and stable management. The first lesson of the day usually lasts an hour per camper. We work on improving the rider’s skills and then we switch. riders. Two campers will share one horse for the week. Share the horse, share the work is our motto and we all pitch in to cool the horses out, hose them down and feed them lunch. Then it’s our turn to cool out in front of a fan and eat lunch.
To cancel or reschedule a lesson or saddle club, we need 24 hour notice unless severe weather or emergency. We do not offer refunds.
7585 78th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, FL, USA