KID'S SUMMER CAMPS
This is a great opportunity for your horse lover to be immersed in running the barn at EAH!
While getting to ride and improve their horsemanship skills, they will also get to learn what it takes in order to care for a horse….and a lot of them!
For more information,
call Kayla at 303-859-3372.
Horse camp is for ages 12 and up.
Camp involves helping with chores in the morning and doing our fun activities.
Each camp will have a specific focus.
Text Kayla to secure your spot.
8am - 2pm
8am - 2pm
8am - 2pm
This camp focuses on skills used out on the trail- crossing obstacles, problem solving, trailering, and heading out to ride on at a local trail.
This camp focuses on skills for the show ring- we will practice english and western horsemanship, pleasure, halter and showmanship, and other events such as reining, trail, or gymkhana.
One day will be dedicated to bathing, clipping, tack cleaning and preparation for show, and the last day will trailering in to show at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.Those who don't want to show can always attend to watch for fun!
*(except for the final show day- times will vary for the last day)
Get to focus on your liberty skills with different horses in the herd and learn a deeper level of horsemanship!
Open to new students at EAH that have yet to take lessons or have recently started!
Learn important facts about horses while getting to help take care of them and practice riding and groundwork skills.
What camps look like:
8:00am – 9:30am: Morning Chores
Helping prepare feed, feeding horses, turning out, mucking the barn and runs, as well as filling and cleaning water tanks.
9:30am – 11:30am: Lesson and Horse Activity
Groundwork lesson, liberty lesson, riding, bathing, etc.
11:30am – 12:00pm: Lunch break
12:00pm – 2:00pm: Educational Activity or Craft
Educational activities will include things that are essential to horse care such as parts of the horse, observing herd behavior and horse communication, different tack, identifying parts of the tack and their uses, basic first aid (how to identify and treat colic, identify lameness, what to do when a horse is hurt, common diseases), feeding horses, digestion, and maintaining healthy weight.
2:00pm: Pick up