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Fall 2019 Camp Mountain View from 8:30 am to 3:00 PM Saturdays

2020 Summer Camp Dates

Camp 1: June 15 – June 19

Camp 2: June 22 – 26

Camp 3: July 6 – 10

Camp 4: July 13 -July 17

Camp 5: July 20 – 24

Camp 6: July 27 – Aug 31

August 3th and 10th Camps 

2020 Summer Camp Cost

Full Camp Day: $ 475.00

Half Camp Day: $ 250.00

Schedule

Two hours riding lesson per day with balance seat, tacking, grooming

Horsemanship lessons (hands-on care for the horse, safety around horses, ground work, stable management)

Lunch, Camp songs or supervised free time, fun with friends, Equestrian arts and crafts 

Equine knowledge (horse breeds, orgins, color, anatomy, psychology)

Learn leadership skills with (Boss Mare) and humans

Stable check defore departing to ensure horses are cared for

Camp Goals

Determine the goals of each camper

Plan activities to accomplish goals

Obtain knowledge, perform exercises, improve riding skills

Demonstrate Camp leader and Camp member leadership skills

Tested  riding and horsemanship skills

Demonstrate goals have been achieved

Participate in Camp Closing and Farewell Party for Parents who can attend

Camp Mountain View

Lantern Lane Farm offers seasonal riding programs and camps for children and teens to provide natural horsemanship, stable management, and riding experience and knowledge. Our goal is to give children an opportunity to learn all about the noblest of all creatures, the horse and pony.  To learn about the sensitive nature of horses, how to ride them, and how to be safe around them. Children will have daily riding lessons, as well as un-mounted lessons to teach them horsemanship skills and what is involved in caring for horses. The Camp is directed by Debbie Craig, graduate of Meredith Manor International Equestrian Centre with degrees in Riding Master, Riding Instructor, and Camp Instruction.

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Camp Activities

Campers will ride with a qualified riding instructor as well as learn all basic aspects of horsemanship. By the end of the week, Campers will have learned the basics of how to trot while on the lunge line and some ability to steer the horse around the arena. They will be able to identify the parts of the horse, saddle and bridle. They will have some knowledge of the names of the colors of horses and will be able to identify some of the American and European breeds of horses. We developed a half day program for younger children who need to be picked up at lunch time. A safe schooled horse or pony will be provided for each child to ride, care for and love for the duration of camp. Special events include such as: lunch rides, arts and crafts, games on horseback, horse shows, and drill teams depending on the riding level of the camper.

Equipment Needed

Riding boots (not hiking boots) which are always to be worn around the horses and long pants.

Tall socks, tennis shoes and shorts

Daily boxlunch, two snacks, extra water and sunscreen

A labeled back pack to keep their riding gear organized

ATSM/SEI approved horseback riding helmet or one will be provided

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