Horse Camps

Horsemanship camps give youth a great outdoor setting, fun activities and Christian teaching, but specialize in training horsemanship skills. Daily ground lessons and Western or English riding lessons are supervised and taught by Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) certified riding instructors. Trail riding and additional horsemanship experiences add to the excitement. Horsemanship campers in our week-long programs may pursue riding skills certification through CHA and will receive a manual and camp photo. 

 

2015 Horse Camps

Register by April 1st to receive a free t-shirt!

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Saddle Straddle I

Entering Grades 4th - 6th

Sunday June 28 - Friday July 3

$495

Saddle Straddle II (Girls Only)

Entering Grades 4th - 6th

Sunday July 5 - Friday July 10

$495

Maverick

Entering Grades 5th - 7th

Sunday July 12 - Friday July 17

$495

Colts & Fillies

Entering Grades 7th - 9th

Sunday July 19 - Friday July 24

$495

Painted Pony

Entering Grades 8th - 12th

Sunday August 2 - Friday August 7

$495


Wrangler In Training

Entering Grades 9th - 12th

Sunday June 21 - Friday June 26

Wrangler-In-Training is a special volunteer program for students entering Grades 9-12 who are interested in assisting with teaching lessons, guiding trail rides and horse and stable management. Participants must have previous summer camp or volunteer experience at Camp Hebron's Meadowview Stables, and are required to complete an additional week of internship to apply the skills learned.

CHA Riding Instructor Clinic

Age 16+

Sunday June 7 - Friday June 12

$800

Lodging in Hillside Villa

A helmet is supplied for use during riding. If you bring your own helmet, it must be a certified ASTM/SEI F-1163 approved equestrian helmet. 


Looking for something a little different? Check out these camps:

Cabin Camp / Adventure Camp / Specialty Camp / Family Camp / Day Camp


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