Riders Getting Ready to Get Riding!

Summer is Coming

Camps are being Listed.  Looks like we will be Busy around here, riding horses!   Just the way we like it.    

My goals is to educate students in the ways of horses, have fun, learn lots and  discover what is involved in taking care of horses, not just riding them.  

Best way to Sign up is to drop me an Email! 
       Deb @akwalkers.com
  or walkers@mtaonline.net

Don’t be caught on the Fence!, Get signed up now!

 

Sleeping horse

Don’t be caught sleeping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Current  Programs  Planned

 Camps   (Weanlings and Yearlings)

Weanlings are kids who have not completed at least two of my camps. Min age 7 years!

Yearlys are kids who just want to come back to ride and learn Beyond the Basic!  Normally a little older.

  1.   Horsemanship Camps –    5 days of fun Horsemanship                                         $275/ week, 9-12 pm each day , 5 students only
      1. May 6-10  ( Weanling)
      2. May 27-31   (Open)
      3. June 3-7  (Yearlings)
      4. June 17-21 (Weanlings)
      5. July 8-12    (Yearlings)
      6.  July 15-19   (Weanlings)
      7. Aug 5-9  (Open to All)  

Intermediate Horsemanship Groups 

Always looking forward

Two Groups

              Group A  –   Rides 6 Times a Month,  2  hours each time,   Mostly afternoons       $225/month, (must have completed one of my camps or pass a riding horsemanship test)
              Group B  –   10 Times a Month,    $350/month.   Rides with group A, sometimes, and helps with morning campers or chores.  Will be invited to participate on Longer all day rides once a month.   Min Age 10.   Same rule as Group A.    

The days these group will meet has not been decided.   Groups will have some horsemanship test to pass to ensure students are learning about the horse and not JUST having fun and riding!

More Details for these programs on my Riding Programs page. ( Not updatd yet for 2019)

 

 

All riding will be conducted in small to med size groups with me, (instructor, safety officer, drill Sergeant and sometimes policewoman!)

Discussing the morning plan with one of my students

My Camps are designed to be fun and educational. Each student will be assigned a horse and will ride and take care of that horse for the camp time. Plus other chores and duties that must be done for the horses.

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