3-Day Intensive Horse Riding Camps
Join us for 3 days of fun and learning about horses!
Camps run from 10am-4pm daily; lunch provided. The day will consist of 2 riding lessons, stable management, and FUN!
In our Horse Day Camps 1-3, riders will be put in groups with their skill level. They will be assigned an instructor to continue their skill progression over the three day camp. English and Western Riders are welcome!
Introduction to Jumping Camp is for riders who have either just started jumping (crossrails to around 2'3) or would like to learn how to jump. Riders must have prior riding experience and have an independent seat in the walk, trot, and canter. We do have several lesson horses that jump, but they are limited (so claim them quick!). Riders are encouraged to bring their own horses and tack if available.
Lesson horses are available or bring your own horse. If you are bringing your own horse a pen/stall will be provided, but you will need to bring your own hay and water buckets. You will also need to bring a current (6 months) negative coggins test.
Summer 2020 Camp Dates
Horse Day Camp 1 - Riders of all levels - ages 7-12 - June 30 - July 2
Horse Day Camp 2 - Riders of all levels - ages 13-17 - July 14-16
Horse Day Camp 3- Riders of all levels - ages 7-12 - August 4-6
Horse Day Camp 4* - Introduction to Jumping - ages 12 and over - August 18-20
Cost: $325 horse provided; $290 bring your own horse
Camps fill up quickly! Reserve your spot now! If there happen to be less than 5 campers registered for a camp, we do have to cancel, but you will be given your money back for that week.
We also have an Overnight Camp for Horse Enthusiasts!!
Horse Overnight Camp - ages 6-10 - July 8-10 - $240+gst APPLY ONLINE
Registration is Wednesday, July 8 at 7:00pm and pick up is on Friday, July 10 at 4:00pm
This camp is perfect for horse enthusiasts. There will be 4-5 hours of horse riding throughout this two day camp. Attendance for this camp is very limited, so make sure you apply soon!
Our instructor, Cheralyne Gibson, has 20 years of riding and training experience. She is a certified Equestrian Canada Western Instructor and Equestrian Canada English Rider Level 8 with Jump Component. Cheralyne is a practitioner of the Wilson-Meagher SportsMassage Technique (for horses), has certificates in Equine Exercise Physiology, Equine Emergency First Aid, Management of the Equine Environment, Horse Behaviour and Safety, Equine Biosecurity, and the Trail Riding Course through Ontario Equestrian Federation. Cheralyne is an active member of the local equestrian community and each year continues to add to her equestrian resume. She is a forward thinking coach, bringing an innovative, energetic, and effective coaching style to her students. As a coach, Cheralyne encourages the rider and the horse to improve as one, teaching the rider to not only ride well, but to train well, and while doing so, teach the horse to be better and move better in every lesson. Cheralyne currently competes in Hunter/Jumpers, Eventing, and Dressage. In the past Cheralyne trained with Western Pleasure, Reining, and Working Cow Horse trainers. She has a wealth of knowledge across the disciplines that she loves to share!
Note: For campers coming from afar, there is a camp ground located at the Rosthern Regional Park, about 5 minutes away, if you are interested in camping for the week.
For more information contact Cheralyne Gibson at 1-855-855-9322 ext 6