The aim of our school holiday programs is to create a fun learning environment for all levels of rider to develop a strong and confident skills set.
What we do
Each rider will have two rides per day that includes one group riding lessons and one ride in Centennial Park. Each group is small and divided according the child’s age and experience, lead by an experienced coach as well as assisted by a junior coach to ensure that no one misses out any important aspects of their riding. Lessons are run along strict guide lines to ensure quality control as well as high level of confidence and fun.
When off the horse, riders will learn many aspects of horse and pony handling as well as maintenance in a safe and correct way. Activities include, grooming, leading, tacking, un-tacking and show preparation.
What we eat
Unfortunately, due to the increasing dietary needs we are no longer able to supply lunch however we do provide a light morning and afternoon tea of fresh fruit and drinks.
Parents are requested to supply a packed lunch, water bottle marked with their child’s name and any extra snacks required.
What to bring
You will not need to purchase any riding specific clothing or equipment. We have a large supply of boots and helmets available free of charge.
Please ensure your child arrives with the following attire
- Packed lunch
- Long, comfortable pants (Tights, track suite pants and jeans)
- Shirt with sleeves – no singlet’s
- Suitable clothing for the weather ie Rain jackets, warm jumpers
- Hat or cap
Camp times & Fee’s
Each camp runs for 3 days and starts each day promptly at 9am and finishes at 4pm each day. The fee for all 3 days is $560 per child.
Step 1: Call the office on 9360 – 7521 to check availability and reserve a place
Step 2: Pay $100 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit to secure your child’s place
Step 3: Download, fill in and send, email or post completed registration forms
Step 4: Arrive on the correct day for a fun filled adventure!