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Choose from Three Options
- $249 for a five-day equestrian camp March 18–22 (a $500 value)
- $249 for a five-day equestrian camp March 25–29 (a $500 value)
- $249 for a five-day equestrian camp April 1–5 (a $500 value)
During five-day spring day camps, students aged 5 and up learn the basics of horseback riding and equestrian care. From 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day, campers join their steeds for trail rides, learn the behind-the-scenes operations of a working horse barn, and play fun, skill-developing games. Campers should bring their own food for snack and lunch breaks.
White Briar Farms
Students of all ages and skill levels hone English or Western riding skills in White Briar Farms' diverse riding spaces, which include an indoor arena, a well-lit outdoor arena, and a network of trails. Each student's journey takes shape with the farm's customizable lesson plans and covers topics from basic warm-up techniques to the nuances of specialty styles. Lessons are stratified into three levels, with options for a variety of needs, including toddler riders with a chaperone and equestrians seeking a theoretical foundation in riding before saddling up. The farm's fleet ranges from colts to adult horses, and when they have time off from lessons, they take jaunts in the two turn-out paddocks and graze in a 10-acre pasture, complete with a pond where they can take a dip to feel the weightless freedom of a seahorse.