Summer Horse Camp 2020

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When is Horse Camp?

Camp will be held June 15 to 19, 2020. Campers can be dropped off at 9am and should be picked up at 3pm. 

What will my child do at camp?

 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. 

Hold old does my child need to be to attend camp?

This camp is suitable for ages 7 to 16. We will also be holding a separate camp for younger children (stay tuned for details). 

What does camp cost?

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. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

 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. 

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Fairhill May 2019

Congratulations to Faith Herr on her 2nd pace finish at Fairhill!

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Summer Pony Camp!

June 17-21, 2019

Announcing our Summer Pony Camp! This year Robinson Equestrian will be holding  one week of camp June 17-21. Camping will run 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday. 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. The cost is $250 for the week. A $50  non-refundable deposit will hold your child's spot, the remaining amount is due Monday of camp week. 


This camp is open to students age 5-15. Riders of all levels are welcome and you do not have to be a current Robinson Equestrian client. Come enjoy a week of learning a fun!


Frequently Asked Questions:


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. 


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Candice King Clinic at Johnna Stables

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. 

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Gift Certificates

Looking for a special gift for that person who is hard to buy for? Tired of all the toys being purchased and never played with? Have a horse crazy family member or friend? Consider purchasing riding lessons! 


Robinson Equestrian is offering $40 OFF your first month of lessons and $20 OFF your second month of lessons when you purchase a gift certificate from now until December 15, 2018. Please email us at robinsonequestrian11@gmail.com for information about purchasing a gift certificate. See our "Lesson" page for more information about regular pricing. 


While gift certificates can be purchased for both new and current clients we are only offering this discount to NEW clients.