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Trinity Farm Winter Camp

Is your child horse crazy?

Our fall and winter camps are a great way to ride every day while learning about horse health, care, and safety. Arts and crafts and holiday decorating round out the experience. Sessions are geared towards all riders – beginners to more advanced – and we welcome all campers, including those who are on the autistic spectrum or need one-on-one assistance. Riders are divided into appropriate groups based on age and skill level, whether they are jumping courses or have never ridden a horse before!

Camp Information

Camp is $75 per child/day. Campers are free to attend any combination of days and camp is geared toward riders of all levels and ages.

There is a $50 surcharge for any child requiring one-on-one assistance. Referral discounts and sibling discounts are offered.

Before and after care is available. Please contact Poppy Doyle for more information.

10% early bird discount if you register before December 1, 2017.

Camp days are:

  • December 21, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • December 22, 2018 from 1:30 – 4:30 PM

Each activity is designed to help teach campers about horse health, farrier and vet visits, care and grooming of the horse, use and care of tack, basic horsemanship, and equine safety and etiquette.

What to bring

Riders attending camp on December 21 should bring a lunch and thermos or water bottle with them. They should come wearing long pants/jeans and hard soled, heeled shoes to ride in. You may bring an extra change of clothes that is weather appropriate.

Riders coming on December 22, should come dressed to ride in clothing appropriate for the weather and should bring a snack and a thermos of water bottle. 

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