Holiday Riding Programs & Camps
Sagehill Stables offers special lesson programs when kids are on breaks from school!
Early Bird & Multiple Week Discounts are available for our summer camps! See below for details!
Introduction to Horses Day Camp!
For beginner riders ages 8 to 14 years of age. Enjoy 1, 2-hr riding lesson a day along with other fun learning activities or outdoors activities! Cost is $84/day. Lunch is included on the last day of camp, as will have a camp fire lunch in the fire shack!
Weeks of: July 8th, July 22nd and August 6th, August 19th
Only 10 spots available per week, register ASAP! Registration forms are below!
Topics and Activities covered will include:
Students are required to come with a bag lunch, water bottle, long pants for riding and closed toed boots with a 1/2 inch heel (preferably leather). We have helmets available or students can bring their own properly fitted helmet!
Early Bird Discount!
Enjoy a $5/day discount if you register before April 1st, 2019!
Multiple Week Discount!
Enjoy an additional $5/day discount if you register for more than 1 full week of camp!
Equestrian Development Camp:
For Students ages 12 to 16 that can catch and tack-up horse on their own and have a strong posting trot. Enjoy 2 riding lessons a day along with other fun horse activities in-between! Cost is $99 day. Lunch is included on the last day of camp, as will have a camp fire lunch in the fire shack!
Weeks of July 15th and August 12th
Only 6 spots available per week! See link to registration forms below!
Students are required to come with a bag lunch, water bottle, long pants for riding in and closed toed boots with a 1/2 inch heel (preferably leather). We have helmets available or students can bring their own properly fitted helmet!
What makes Sagehill Stables riding camps so great you ask??
Today's world is ever changing. Kids have fewer and fewer opportunities to experience farm life, horses, animals and the outdoors. In order to provide the best experience for both our clients and our horses, we do a few things differently at Sagehill Stables.
Safety is our main priority, followed by student and horse health and well-being.
Small Groups, Professional Lessons:
Our camps are designed around riding lessons. Students (and parents!) get the same value, experience and professionalism when they come for a camp as they would if booking a riding lesson. We also commit to having small groups. Small groups ensure we can appropriately match up riders with the horses that work best with their skill set and personality, allows for more 1 on 1 attention between coach's and students, and means a safer and more controlled learning environment. We want to make sure kids are always supervised and well looked after while they are here, without overwhelming our very valuable staff.
Trained and Experienced Staff:
Speaking of our staff... Our coach's are experienced and trained to handle the activities we offer, and are not just hired for the summer. Our horses care and the safety of students is a priority, and that kind of responsibility takes experience and training. Our camps also allow coach's flexibility to design the learning activities around the student group.
Positive Learning Environment:
A positive learning environment is essential. We do not tolerate negative attitudes, gossiping, bullying or other such behavior. Our staff are trained on how to deal with challenging situations and have the resources and experience to help them deal with any problem that may arise.
Care for property, horses and safety:
Our building and property is designed and maintained to provide a safe environment to clients and horses. We ensure that all emergency protocols and requirements are available and up to date in the case of an emergency. The building is kept clean to ensure there are minimal health risks or physical dangers to humans or horses. Our feed and care program for our horses is designed to ensure horses are always happy and healthy, so they in turn provide positive experiences for our clients.
We hope that our clients can see, feel and understand the care we put into our programs and our horses!
Skills for Life Taught by a Horse
Week of July 29th
Week of August 26th
9am to 3pm with flexible drop-off pick-up times!
This program is specially designed for children ages 9 to 14 that are having difficulty fitting into social circles, having trouble with anxiety, having trouble communicating with friends and teachers or those having difficulty in school. It is also great for children who have friends that are bullied or are bulliers, so they can develop the skills needed to stand-up to bullying! This camp includes riding and ground work programs with horses!
Click on the link below to get more info on our equine assisted learning programs and camps!