CAMP DETAILS 

If you have questions before registering, please contact Strides@StridesTC.org or call 509-492-8000, extension 0.

 

Sparky's Camp 

Campers will have the opportunity to help groom Sparky & his friends, go on cart rides, and partake in one or two unmounted activities. This includes learning how to groom, bathe, and lead horses. Other potential unmounted activities include learning about horse health and a treat enrichment feeding session. Campers will have fun with games and crafts, as well! Possible games include "pony, pony, horse" and designing obstacle courses and barrel racing patterns to run through on hobby horses. Favorite camp crafts include painting a horse, making pony pizzas, and more!

NOTE: 

Snacks & beverages are provided during snack time; no lunch will be provided.  If your child has a food allergy / restriction, please pack them their own snack.

 

Camp Buckaroos 

Each day of camp, campers will have a riding lesson from a PATH certified therapeutic riding instructor. Campers will have the opportunity to help groom and tack their horse for class. Besides riding, campers will do one or two unmounted activities. This includes learning how to groom, bathe, and lead horses. Other potential unmounted activities include learning about horse health and a treat enrichment feeding session. Campers will have fun with games and crafts, as well! Possible games include "pony, pony, horse" and designing obstacle courses and barrel racing patterns to run through on hobby horses. Favorite camp crafts include painting a horse, making pony pizzas, and more!

NOTE: 

Snacks & beverages are provided during snack time; no lunch will be provided.  If your child has a food allergy / restriction, please pack them their own snack.

It is recommended, though not required, that a parent / guardian stays during camp for campers ages 5 & 6.

 

Camp Durango 

Each day of camp, campers will have a riding lesson from a PATH certified therapeutic riding instructor. Campers will have the opportunity to help groom and tack their horse for class. Besides riding, campers will do one or two unmounted activities. This includes learning how to groom, bathe, and lead horses. Other potential unmounted activities include learning about horse health and a treat enrichment feeding session. Campers will have fun with games and crafts, as well! Possible games include "pony, pony, horse" and designing obstacle courses and barrel racing patterns to run through on hobby horses. Favorite camp crafts include painting a horse, making pony pizzas, and more!

NOTE: 

Snacks & beverages are provided during snack time; no lunch will be provided.  If your child has a food allergy / restriction, please pack them their own snack.

It is recommended, though not required, that a parent / guardian stays during camp for campers ages 5 & 6.

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