32 Horse Camp Brochure File

Rolling Winds is a stable located in Groton, New York, that boards horses.  The name describes the location as it is surrounded by woods where the wind blows through the trees.  There are several trails through these woods for horse and rider to leisurely enjoy nature.

 

The Horse Camp has been offered for the last ten years.  At the camp young equestrians learn about the care of horses:   how to feed a horse, how to groom a horse, and how to keep records of the growth of a foul to its adulthood.  Additionally, young equestrians will learn how to approach a horse, lead a horse, lunge a horse.  In the advanced camp, young riders will learn about proper safety issues including clothing and position of feet in the stirrups.  They will ride our trails with a guide.  Additionally they will learn about proper bedding, different saddles and bridles, and how to wash a horse.

 

The campers do not need to have their own horse for this camp, but there are limited spaces for those who do want to bring their own horse.

 

Below is a chart of the camp dates and the prices.  The dates are set so students can attend multiple weeks.   We except students from age 7 to seniors.

 

Basic Horse Camp*
Weeks Type Time Cost
June 27 – July 4 Basic 9:00 – 2:30 $200
July 15 – July 22 Level 2 9:00 – 2:30 $300
August 4-11 Level 3 9:00 – 2:00 $300

*Snack and Lunch Provided

 

Supplies needed:

Three-ring binder

Two pens

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Advanced Horse Camp*
Week Time Cost
July 6 – 12 8:00 – 3:00 $700**
July 25- July 31 8:00-3:00 $700**
August 15 – 21 8:00 – 3:00 $700

*Snack and Lunch Provided

**Price reduced by $200 if you have your own horse.  Please provide saddle, bridle and blanket.  Also up-to-date shot records.

 

Supplies Needed:

Riding boots

Helmet

Three-Ring Binder

Two Pens

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About our horse boarding.

Responsibilities of boarders

Visit your horse at least twice a week

Provide own wood chips/bedding, hay/grain, fly spray etc.

Sign in and out of the barns

Use only your own products

 

 

We supply

A spacious stall

A grooming trunk for sprays, hoof cleaning supplies, etc.

Blanket bar

A separate loft space for your hay

Wheel Barrows

Saddle Hanging Rack

Clean rest rooms

Shower

A birthing center

Accessible water

Sign in/out charts

 

Our barns are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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