RHS offers a day-camp program for children ages 7 and up. We are offering six 1 week sessions, running from June to Mid-August. Session two, (June 20-June 24) is for the intermediate and advanced riders only. The
camp is exclusively devoted to riding and horse related activities.
It offers young riders the opportunity to develop their riding skills
and have fun while learning the care and handling of horses.
Riding evaluation required
Certified riding helmet and English riding boots required
All prices subject to change.
1 week session 9:00-3:30...................................................$450.00
$100 deposit must accompany your application. Balance must be paid two weeks prior to camp.
Register and pay in full by April 30 and receive a $45.00 discount.
Additional sessions for the same student or a family member receive a $30.00 discount.
All monies received are non-refundable
Session 1: June 19 - June 23 (Advanced Camp)
Session 2: June 26 - June 30
Session 3: July 10 - July 14
Session 4: July 17 - July 21
Session 5: July 31 - August 4
Session 6: August 7 - August 11
* All Prices Subject to Change
VISA & Master Card accepted
Beginning at 9:00 am, the first activity is a one-hour riding lesson.
This is followed by an instructional clinic covering all aspects
of horsemanship. Stables and horse management, horse health care,
tack maintenance and grooming will be covered thoroughly by our
staff. A second one-hour riding lesson is included in the afternoon
activities. Students are required to be at a level of being able
to walk and trot in a group before attending camp; this could take
as many as 10 lessons for the novice student. An evaluation is required
if you are not already an RHS student.
RHS offers a one-week session for the Intermediate and Advanced Riders. This session
covers more technical work both on horseback and on the ground. An introduction to teaching
will also be included.
Campers are required to bring their own lunch. Beverages and an
afternoon snack are provided. Refrigeration is available for lunches.
At the end of each session, campers will participate in a horse
grooming contest and a horse show. Prizes are awarded to campers.
Campers will be split into small groups 8-10 students per instructor.
A maximum of 20 students are accepted per session.