J Ranch teaches horsemanship:
-How to care for a horse
-How to tack a horse
-How to actually ride the horse
-How to communicate with the horse
SAFETY is our first priority. All campers must wear horseback-riding helmets when on a horse.
First, campers learn about horses on the ground for a better understanding, then they will learn horse language, how to be the leader for the horse and how to work with the horse. Campers also learn how to behave around horses; leading, grooming, tacking and untacking skills. With the campers' safety being the first priority, first part of the day is spent outside working with the horses. Water breaks throughout the morning for proper hydration to combat those hot summer days. Middle of the day is lunch break (bring your own lunch), cooling down indoors. Last part of the day is conducted indoors, learning about saddles, horse history, anatomy, horsemanship, plus arts & crafts activities. Each camper leaves with a souvenir of their horse adventure.
2019 Summer Camps finished up in June. Stay tuned to our site for 2020 Summer Camp Dates
Horse Camp - Daily Itinerary
Arrive by 9:00 a.m
Feed and water horses
Clean out stalls
Learn about the different tack and how to tack a saw horse
Learn how to catch and halter their horses for the day
Learn how to tie up, groom, saddle, and fly spray their horse
Learn how to mount the horse properly
Begin one hour riding lesson and practice time
Lunch break and movie
Work on camp keepsakes & crafts
Watch educational videos
Take a quiz over lessons that day
Camp ends at 3:00 p.m
**Call to make arrangements for early drop off & late pick up.
Limit of 10 camper slots per camp session. Book your camper today!
$TBD per child per one camp session (Mon-Thurs)
$100 deposit required to secure the camp session scheduling slot. Deposit is non-refundable. Balance due on or before first day of scheduled camp session.