Introduction to Horses|
Learn about living in a herd of horses! Campers find out about responsibilities of horse ownership, including careers associated with horses such as veterinarian and horse shoer.
Daily Horse Care|
Campers gain hands-on experience with horses by participating in the day-to-day activities of a working horse farm. Campers assist with grooming, bathing, feeding, and cleaning horses.
Horses in History and Culture|
Campers learn true examples of famous horses in history, as well as hearing some of the rich tradition of tall tales and legends. Camps also include many different equine arts, crafts, songs, and games.
Equine Tack and Equipment|
Each part of the saddle and bridle plays a key role in the comfort and safety of horse and rider. Campers help with saddling and bridling a horse, and learn about proper preparations for horseback riding.
Campers ride on horseback every day. New riders develop their skills with mounting, dismounting, starting, walking, turning, and stopping. Advanced riders are challenged with new riding activities and skill tests.
Physical fitness and riding horseback go hand-in-hand. Every day riders will improve their riding by engaging in physical fitness exercises which improve balance, coordination, and strength.
On Friday afternoon from 2:00pm to 3pm, the five-day and Overnight camps conclude with an Open House, where campers show parents, grandparents, and friends around All Heart Horse Farm introducing them to their favorite horse buddies. Parents are encouraged to attend the open house -- and bring your cameras!
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