Summer Camp 2019

Registration form and non-refundable payment of $175—Due by JUNE 30, 2019
All registrations must be approved by the Program Director and be placed in appropriate camp week.

This year, we are excited to offer 2 weeks of Summer Camp!

Week #1: “Summer Fun at TRI Camp”

August 5-7, 9am-noon each day.
This camp is for campers who may need support for regulating behaviors and emotions in addition to extra assistance in riding skills and other camp activities. We are planning on fun, appropriate activities and volunteer support to make the summer` camp experience great!

Week #2: “Advancing Horsemanship Skills Camp”

August 12-14, 9am-noon each day.
Campers are able to steer, stop, and turn and can perform basic patterns and tests with little assistance. Campers may need physical assistance for mobility but can use their abilities for riding skills. Camp focus will be on advancing skill levels.

 
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What will campers do?

Campers will ride every day! We will have fun with various activities, and learn about horses. We will get dirty, have fun, and build lasting friendships based on our love of horses.

What should campers wear?

Long pants and hard soled shoes are required. Campers may change into shorts after riding but must keep hard soled shoes on. No sandals, flip flops, or crocs. Helmets will be provided.

What should campers bring?

We will provide a mid-morning snack (make sure to list any allergies below) so no need to bring food or drink. If you wish to have sun screen on your child, please apply it before they come to camp. Everything else will be here for them. Please leave personal belongings at home so we don’t have the heartbreak of things getting lost or broken.

Campers must be:

  • able to cooperate in a group

  • self-sufficient and independent in eating and toileting (TRI Staff and Volunteers cannot administer medications or do any medical or personal care)

  • Campers may be required to bring an aide at the discretion of TRI instructors.

  • able to clearly express his or her needs

  • have approval of Program Director to participate and placed in appropriate week.