Horseback-Riding Camps

Grandfather, his middle aged daughter, grandson and granddaughter are riding horses in woods

Day Camps

Academy Stables Horse Camp (Ages 9-12)
This is a beginner camp focused on learning the mechanics of riding. The objective is to learn and practice the “four aids,” good leg, hand and seat position as they learn and practice walk, trot, reverse, etc. We are excited about adding of the concept of horsemanship and groundwork to our camps this year. Our goal is to begin building a solid foundation for kids in these skills. Horse camp runs Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Academy Stables Pony Camp (Ages 6-8)
The objective of pony camp is to be an introduction to horses for younger kids. They will learn about horses, how to handle horses and how to prepare the horse for riding. They will also learn the basics of basic horsemanship to begin the process of building a horse/human partnership for the mutual respect and enjoyment of the rider and the horse. Pony camp runs Wednesday-Friday from 9 a.m.-noon.

TCR Horsemanship Summer Camps 2022
Triple Creek Ranch proudly offers both Summer camps and Mini Camps for beginner riders. Campers will explore different types of riding: English, Western, bareback, games, and trail riding. Every day includes a different, fun activity with horses. There may be dress-up, painting horses, time with mini horses, and more. Thursday is game day for parents to come to watch their campers show off the new skills learned during the week. Campers will participate in daily chores and horse care (including nutrition, vet and farrier work). Campers will learn horse safety, horse behavior, grooming, braiding, and bathing. Our camps change from year to year to make it fun and educational each time our campers attend.

The Colorado Mountain Ranch Children’s Summer Day Camp
Gold Hill, Boulder
Camp Activities for all programs include: Friendly camp-raised horses, lots of riding, baby goats, arts & crafts, 10-step archery, mountainboarding, gymnastics & trampoline, woodcraft & outdoor skills, drama, games & fun galore! Children connect with people, peers, place, programs, and nature to create their own kids’ community in the mountains. Long day and transportation from 16th and Iris in Boulder included. For a focus on horseback riding, choose Western riders for rising 6th-12th graders, with long daily rides, groundwork, horse and kid goat care, barn time, Western art, roping, and more!