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Saturday & Sunday, December 9/10 - Sherry Guess Dressage Clinic Learn the bio-mechanics of riding.  Sign up!  Auditing is free. 

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Summer Camp


Beginner Day Camps
Experience Level: Ages 6 - 13 years old - Boys or girls that has had no or almost no riding experience.
Dates: June 8-12 or June 15-19 (8:00 am to noon)
Activities include: Horseback Riding in a Covered Arena, Horse Games, Learn about Grooming, Saddling & Tack, Horsemanship Safety, Parts of the Horse & More! Instruction given by a qualified instructor in a safe environment. Instructor will be assisted by experienced camp counselors.

Intermediate Day Camp (may bring own horse or use GF lesson horse)
Experience Level: For the rider that has some riding experience but may not be cantering or jumping quite yet. Must be able to control horse by oneself. Rider must be able to groom and tack up own horse without assistance.
Dates: July 13-17 (8:00 am - 4:00 pm)
Activities include: Learning dressage movements, dressage tests, increase riding skills, games on horseback, trail riding, and field trips.

Advanced Day Camp
Experience Level: For the rider that has several years of riding experience. Must have jumping experience. Must have own horse.
Dates: July 27-31 (8:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Activities include: Riding Sessions including Jumping, Trail Riding, Cross Country Schoolings, Horse Judging, Horse Farm Visits & Featured Speakers.

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Costs
 
Beginner Camps $225/week
Intermediate Camps $325/week
Advanced Camps $325/week
Board of own horse (limited space) Add $100
Use of lesson horse for Int. & Adv. Camp Add $100

Save your ride spot today - Send a Deposit of $50. Rest of fee due May 31st.

Camp T-Shirts will be available for purchase.

Rules/Details:
Proper riding attire is mandatory. Campers must wear long pants (no shorts - pants with a small inside seam work best - no jeans), hard sole shoes with a heel or boots, and ASTM/SEI certified riding helmet. We have some helmets available for riders to borrow during the camp. We also have some new helmets available for purchase for $35.00 while they last. Each camper should bring a thermos or bottle of water labeled with their name each day. One small snack will be provided. A cotton bandana that we can wet is also very helpful in our hot Oklahoma weather.

Registration:
Advanced registration is required. Campers must send in an enrollment form, payment, a signed liability release form and a signed medical release form completely filled out to Pamela Byers, Gallery Farm, 8900 Cemetery Farm, Noble, OK 73068. Make checks payable to Gallery Farm. Camps will be limited to 9 campers per week. Camps with an enrollment of 4 students or less will be cancelled.

Cancellation Policy:
If able to fill from waiting list, no charge. If cancel 1 week before camp-100% refund, within 3 days of first day of camp-50% refund, less than 3 days before camp begins-no refund.

WE MUST HAVE SIGNED WAIVERS AND RELEASES FOR STUDENTS TO ATTEND CAMP. ALTHOUGH OUR SAFETY RECORD IS EXCELLENT, WE REQUIRE THAT ALL CAMPERS ATTENDING BE COVERED BY MEDICAL INSURANCE.

Related Downloads
 
Liability Release Form
Stable Rules
Medical Release Form
Enrollment Form
Printable Camp Flyer