Denise Montoya

SAN FRANCISCO HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS

Summer Camp

Our camps have a limited number of spots available. This allows each child to ride the same horse every day throughout the week. It also allows us to customize the experience according to the group we have each week. I am focusing on kids that have already been to a horse camp, know the basics and want to learn more. English or Western riding is their choice.


1 Week FULL DAY (8am to 6pm) is $800/wk for ages 10-16 (*8am-9am before care ;*3pm-6pm is aftercare for those parents who need the extra care, we will do horse-related activities, but not necessarily ride) A non-refundable deposit of $250 will reserve your child's spot, with the remainder due on the first day of camp. Please email me [email protected] to request the forms or click on the links below to download and mail. We recommend sending the form in as soon as you decide which session(s) your child will attend.


Breakdown: $800 a week

1 hour before care is $50 per week (8am-9am)

CAMP IS 6 hours a day $600 per week (9am-3pm)

3 hours after care is $150 per week (3pm-6pm)


2019 Sessions Are Scheduled as Follows


Sessions 1-4 camp ages 10-16

Session 1: Week of June 10-14

Session 2: Week of June 17-21

Session 3: Week of June 24-28

Session 4: Week of July 1-5

(we are open on the 4th but if you do not attend you can have the $120 taken off of this week, unless you would like to donate it for supplements for the horses)


WEEK BREAK FOR THE HORSES TO REST July 8-12


Sessions 5-8 camp ages 10-16

Session 5: Week of July 15-19

Session 6 : Week of July 22-26

Session 7: Week of July 29-Aug 2

Session 8: Week of August 5-9


Sessions 9 - 10 Advanced camp ages 10-16

Session 9: Aug 12-16

Session 10: Aug 19-23

A skills test will be administered. Students must be able to command their horse safely at the walk, trot, and canter. Auditions will take place by scheduling an Appointment with me. We will do more advanced riding this week including trail riding and a trail class were we set up the arena with objects the horses have to go over, around or through

Barn Rules

LIABILITY RELEASE FORM

Emergency form 

WHAT WILL MY CHILD DO ALL DAY?

Sessions include horse education lessons such as stall cleaning, grooming, tacking/saddling, arena riding, mounted games, ground work (the seven games of Parelli) and ground equipment management, set up/tear down of arena for obstacle course/jumping, un-mounted demonstrations, arts & crafts, hikes and trial rides.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED:

  • boots) which are always to be worn around the horses, and long pants.
  • Tennis shoes are ok but boots are preferred
  • Daily sack lunch. Extra water and sunscreen
  • ATSM/SEI approved horseback riding helmet (helmets are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own if you have one)