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Christmas Ranch Camp

We are looking for some cowpokes to join us for some horsin' around - in the saddle, adventures in the snow along with a sprinkling of indoor horsey projects!  And don't forget - if you've been to camp before - some good ole fashioned

Hide 'n Seek in the barn! 

Novice to Intermediate Riders Welcome! 

Tuesday, December 27 - Friday, Dec. 30th 

10 am - 3 pm

$420.00 

$100 deposit required with registration

with balance payable on Dec. 20

  

Ages 6 -12 

6 & 7 year olds must be able to ride without assistance. 

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Ride Into the New Year!

It's the BEST way to start 2023!!!!   Head to the barn and start your year off with some horse love!  All the best things about camp will be waiting for you this week!

* your 'own' horse to work with each day

* horse connection on the ground

* learning how to communicate with your horse in the saddle

* Hide' n Seek in the barn

* making new friends including the cats and Zip! 

Tuesday, January 3 - Friday, January 6

10 am - 3 pm

$420.00

Ages 6-12

(Ages 6 & 7 must be able to ride unattended) 

February Break Ranch Camp

It's February and we know that your cowpoke is itchin' to get out and explore the amazing world of horses - or at least just get a change of scenery! 

Whether they have never been around a horse before or have ridden quite a bit we welcome them to join us for a FULL week of fun here at Sandhills!  They'll love the freedom, the extra space, and of course - the connection that they'll feel with a horse to call their own for the week!  

Tuesday, Feb. 21- Friday, Feb. 24
10    am-3    pm
$420.00
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Swing Into Spring Ranch Camp

Monday, April 10- Thursday, April 13
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
$498.75
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It's a perfect time to get out of the city and exert some energy in big, open spaces! Not to mention connecting with one of the coolest and noble four legged animals on the planet!  Your cowpoke is welcome to join us whether they are a little nervous about horses but want to learn how to work around them safely and get in the saddle or if your cowpoke has a little experience tucked under their belt and is ready for some fun in the saddle! 

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