Join us on August 23, 2020 for a Trail Obstacle schooling day. We will have our indoor arena filled with a variety of trail obstacles for riders to work through either in the saddle or on foot.
The cost is $20 per rider, payable via cash, check (payable to Robinson Equestrian), or Venmo.
We have plenty of trailer parking! Please park in the Diamond 7 parking area with your trailer and walk down to our barn.
In an attempt to spread people out, we ask that you sign up for an approximately one hour time slot. Please RSVP to Kelsey at firstname.lastname@example.org with the time slot you'd prefer and the coggins for your horse. A release of liability waiver will be sent to you to bring the day of the event.
We hope to see you there!
Camp will be held June 15 to 19, 2020. Campers can be dropped off at 9am and should be picked up at 3pm.
Students will get to help with the care and feeding of all horses at Robinson Equestrian, have a group lesson daily, and learn something that they may not learn in a normal lesson. We will also do some other fun activities like a slip n slide or playing in the creek.
Prior horse experience is not required. Students attending this camp will be a mixture of beginners as well as more advanced students. Each camper will be assigned a horse that best suits their abilities.
This camp is suitable for ages 7 to 16. We will also be holding a separate camp for younger children (stay tuned for details).
Camp is $250 for the week. A $50 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of sign up to hold your camper's spot. The remaining $200 is due the Monday of camp. We accept cash, check (payable to Robinson Equestrian) or Venmo for payment.
Do I drop my child off at camp or do I stay with them?
This camp is designed for parents to drop their child off for the day. However, parents are welcome to hang around to join in the fun if they would like to stay for the day.
Is lunch provided?
Robinson Equestrian will provide snacks and water throughout camp but children are expected to pack a lunch each day. Our facility has a refrigerator and microwave.
What should my child wear?
Please dress for the weather. Shorts, tshirts, and close toed shoes are acceptable. Please bring proper riding attire each day.
What is proper riding attire?
Students should wear or bring long pants to ride in. Official riding breeches, leggings, or jeans are acceptable. A boot with a 1 inch heel is also required, official paddock boots or tall boots are preferred. All students must wear a horse riding helmet when mounted. Please bring your own if you have one. Bike helmets are not acceptable. We do have a limited number of spare helmets if you do not have one yet.
How do I sign my child up?
Message us through our "contact us" page or talk to your trainer at your lesson!
We can't make this camp, will there be others?
We will not be holding any additional week long camps this year but we will be holding some one day camps. Stay tuned for more details.
July 11, 2020
We will start out with a lesson and mounted games in the morning followed by a Taco Lunch (included in cost of camp). Heather Supanick will be joining us during lunch and will provide a PEMF chair sessions to each participant. The afternoon will consist of unmounted games as well as an educational portion.
Yes, for this camp you must have a horse of your own. Robinson Equestrian clients who lease a horse are allowed to join us for this camp.
The cost of camp is $65 for Robinson Equestrian boarders/clients and $75 for outside participants. Outside participants will be provided a day stall and light bedding so their horse can be comfortable during the later part of the day. A $20 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot. The remaining amount is due the morning of camp. We accept cash, check payable to Robinson Equestrian, or venmo.
Come prepared in the morning to with everything you need to ride. Bring your favorite beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) for lunch and after we ride. We also recommend a comfortable change of clothes for the afternoon that you don't mind getting wet. Finally, don't forget a great attitude and be ready to have fun!
On Saturday April 6, 2019 several of the Robinson Equestrian riders attended a horsemanship clinic with Grand Prix Jumper rider Candice King. Our students learned valuable lessons that they are excited to take back and continue working on at home. Robinson Equestrian is looking forward to a continued partnership with Candice King in the future.