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Kids Horse Camps
at Havens Stable

 

May 2012 issue

 

             Havens Stable, a full-service equine facility in beautiful Trout Creek , Montana , will hold two, 4-day resident camps for boys and girls June 1922 and June 2730, 2012.

            Kids can bring their own horse, or one will be provided. Campers can expect to meet new friends, and to take themselves, and their horses, to new levels of horsemanship.

            The first camp will be for kids with more advanced riding abilities. The second camp will be geared for younger and/or beginning riders. Children as young as six, depending upon maturity and ability, are accepted. Instructors Maggie Epperson and Shannon Chejnacky will help each camper set horsemanship goals and meet them.  

Havens Stable Kid's Camps, Trout Creek, MT

            Campers will have fun with educational games with their horses in the arena, out in the fields, and on the trail challenge course. Riding breaks with snacks, seminars on such things as horseshoeing and horse care, arts and crafts, volleyball, etc., will help keep horses fresh and kids ready to jump back in the saddle. Drill team class each day will lead up to a performance and mini-rodeo that will be held for parents at the end of camp.

            Home-cooked meals and snacks are provided, along with evening play, entertainment and music around the campfire. Boys and girls sleep in two, big supervised wall tents.

            Cost is $300 per child per camp. Call now to register (there are limited spots left) or for more information: 406-552-3373 or 406-827-3399.

 

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