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The 43rd Annual Pony Camp: June 21-25, 2021

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CLICK HERE for a downloadable PDF of our 2021 Pony Camp Schedule, Rates and Information Sheet.

Release Forms

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Sign Up and Medical & Liability Authorization Release forms are required for participation in lessons and programs. You can print them from the Releases page and bring them with you. There are 2 in each pdf— the Medical and the Liability. Use Adult Medical or Junior Medical as appropriate. Liability Release is the same for Jr & Sr.

Pony camp is lots of fun, but don’t take our word for it…see for yourself.

For those children who love horses —love to groom them, learn about them and most of all, ride them — we provide the opportunity to do all those things and more. From the "horse nut" to the timid child, horseback riding increases confidence, teaches responsibility and boosts self-esteem. We maintain the highest standards in teaching safety, respect, instruction and, most of all, FUN!
Beginner Camps

  • Ages 5 years and Up • June 21-25 • 8 am to Noon

  • Intermediate Camp
  • Independent at Walk, Trot and ready to try a Canter and jumping
  • Ages 5-18 years • June 21-25 • 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Call us about our summer class schedule

  • Cost: $350 per session A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required at time of registration. Payment can be made by cash, check or money order. ONLY 10 CAMPERS PER SESSION, SO REGISTER TODAY! 610-458-5211 • CLASSES FILL UP FAST!
    What Camp Includes:
  • A staff member for each rider at the beginner level
  • Ring lessons and trail rides
  • Stable management and horse care
  • How to groom, tack up and mount properly
  • How to control the pony using hands, legs and correct posture
  • Depending on skill level: how to walk, trot and canter properly on the flat while utilizing cavaletti to build confidence and learn jumping fundamentals.
  • End of camp, Friday fun, horse show


  • Campers are required to have an ASTM approved riding hard hat, hard-soled shoes with heel and long pants. You can bring your own pony or use one of ours. Snacks will be provided — no meals.