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Half Day Camps for Mini Clip Cloppers

Age: 5 to 8

Days: Monday to Friday

Time: 9 am to 12 pm ~ OR ~ 1 pm to 4 pm

Cost: $325

Half-Day camps offered to younger campers (ages 5 to 8). Mini Clip Cloppers still get to do all of the exciting stuff that our full-day campers do but the activities are designed specifically for their age and skill level.

Our Half-Day Camps for Mini Clip Cloppers run from Monday to Friday in two half-day blocks, 9am to 12pm and 1 pm to 4 pm, and are offered at the Mini price of $325.


Clip Clop Camp days are filled with lots of fun and interesting horse-related activities. Clip Clop Campers are introduced to all things horses through crafts, interactive games and of course, riding lessons. Our excellent Camp Leaders teach campers about safety around horses and the stables; how to communicate with horses; the parts of the horse; grooming; tacking; and basic horsemanship in both English and Western styles of riding (no previous experience required).

Horse time at camp will be divided into two parts:

Horse Play – Riders learn about theory, anatomy, nutrition, and riding through fun activities and games.

Riding – Riders will ride once per day for approximately 2 hours. Riders will learn how to brush and tack up their horses for the lesson. 

For the beginner students and little ones that are not yet able to prepare their horse for riding-  this will be part of their lesson time. 

JULY

9 am - 12 pm    |    1 pm - 4 pm

Week 1: June 29 - July 3

Week 2: July 6 - 10

Week 3: July 13 - 17

Week 4: July 20 - 24

Week 5: July 27 -  31

AUGUST

9 am - 12 pm    |    1 pm - 4 pm

Week 6: August  4 - 7 (4 days)

Week 7: August 10 - 14

Week 8: August 17 - 21

Week 9: August 24 - 28

**Please Note:
Our goal is to fill every Clip Clop Camp week with horse-loving kids but, we may need to modify camp schedules based on enrolment numbers.

AT OUR CLIP CLOP CAMPS YOU WILL...

  • Participate in daily riding lessons

  • Learn horsemanship & leadership skills

  • Do craft activities

  • Bond with an animal 

  • Increase body awareness

  • Celebrate  achievements

  • Make new friends (2 & 4-legged)

What to wear:

• Comfortable stretchy pants

• Shirt with sleeves (t-shirts are fine, but nothing sleeveless)

• Boot with 1” heel

• Riding Helmet (if you have, or we'll lend you one)

 

What to Bring:

• A change of clothes for when not riding (optional)

• A jacket in case it gets cool (no hoodies, scarves or anything loose and dangly)

• Lunch, snacks

• An enthusiastic attitude!

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