People should learn how to ride a horse now because there’s no telling when the horses will eat all of our cars. Pick up a new skill before it’s too late with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for one-day pass to summer horseback riding camp (a $65 value)
- $85 for three-day pass to summer horseback riding camp (a $195 value)
- $119 for one-week pass to summer horseback riding camp (a $300 value)
Camps teach riding basics and horse care techniques, while also incorporating games and crafts. Open to ages five and older, the camps run Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on the following dates:
- June 24-28
- July 1-5
- August 5-9
The three-day pass does not have to be used on consecutive days, although it is recommended; the five-day pass, however, does.
Krystle Lee grew up riding horses, and when she got to college at William Woods University, her love of equines only deepened—so much so that she wound up graduating with a degree in Equestrian Science. Now a member of the American Riding Instructors Association, she also runs Suncoast Stables, a barn specializing in show training for American Saddlebreds, Hackneys, and Roadsters.
Open to students ages 4 and up, Krystle’s riding lessons unlock the fundamentals of styles including English horseback riding and driving, which mostly involves riding a horse while spinning an imaginary steering wheel. Her summer camps cover similar basics, making each lesson more memorable with an added infusion of arts and crafts. No matter the season, the barn’s spacious boarding quarters house four-legged residents that enjoy two feedings per day, automatic waters, and a daily turnout.