Summer Horse Camp 2024

Update **FULL**

As the summer approaches, we are preparing for our annual Summer Horse Camp. We would like
to welcome children 7 years and older to
participate in learning the art of riding, handling,
feeding and other barn chores, along with a few
arts and crafts. 

The proceeds from our 2024 Summer Horse
Camp will go towards the monthly medical fees
and daily care for our rescues.

The fees for Summer Horse Camp are
$300/participant and we’ll need a 25% non
refundable deposit to guarantee the spot. Online payments are also available. Due to several no
shows in the past, we now ask for the deposit to be sent within 24 hours after receiving the invoice or it will be automatically canceled.
The balance is needed to be paid 2 weeks before
camp starts and will be canceled and offered to
someone on the waiting list if not received in time.
Dates are :
Camp 1. July 1-5 FULL
Camp 2. July 8-12 FULL
Camp 3. July 15-19 FULL
Camp 4. July 22-26 FULL

How to apply

Please fill in the application form and we
will send an invoice for the deposit to your email. A registration form will also be sent shortly after we receive the deposit for you to fill in and

2weeks before the camp starts, an invoice for the balance will be sent to your email address. If we don’t receive the balance within 24 hours, you will be considered no longer interested in
participating and your spot may be given away to the next child on the waiting list.
If you prefer to pay cash, a full balance will be
required when you apply, at the farm. If you
prefer to pay in yen, please note that the fee will vary depending on the currency rate.

Campers need to bring:

① Lots of water. It’s hot and humid outside! Be
sure each camper has enough water
every day
②  A few changes of clothes and extra towels.
Also a hat and sunscreen is recommended
③  Rain boots or working boots for barn
chores and a pair of sneakers and long
pants for riding. Sandals can also be worn only
when we’re not working with horses
④ Lunch and snacks
⑤A smile and listening ears

  • Daily schedule for camp
  • 8:30           drop off
  • 9:00-9:30     mucking arena and stalls
  • 9:30-11:00   riding lessons, barn chores
  • 11:00-11:30  ground work, crafts
  • 11:30-12:00   lunch break
  • 12:00-1:00    games, barn chores
  • 1:00              pick up