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Horse Riding Camp Adventures

Have you ever gone to camp in the summer and watched other people riding horses and wish you could join them? Well, you may not have gotten the chance when you were small, but today, kids from anywhere can go to horseback riding camps for such fun and adventure.

Horseback riding camps provide much more than just merely riding through hills and valleys. Instruction about horse care and grooming are also basic requirements for attending a horse camp. Most riding levels are catered to in horseback riding camps, and they are suitable for both novice and experienced riders who may find themselves fortunate enough to own a horse for the first time in their life.

Taking care of a horse means hours of grooming and lots of time spent with your horse, whether you're in the stable or enjoying the great outdoors. Horses have personalities too, so don't be surprised if your new horse, whether you own one, or the one you've been assigned to ride in horseback riding camps, demands more of your attention than you thought.

Horseback riding camps teach young people from around seven to eighteen the proper ways to care and groom a horse. They also teach about different kinds of tack, such as saddles, bridles, halters, bits and other horse gear. They teach show riding as well as pleasure riding, with both English and Western saddles. Learning how to canter, trot and post on horseback is covered in riding lessons and multiple other techniques and tactics are learned in horseback riding camps as well.

Many such camps also offer games on horseback, such as hunt and seek and trail riding games geared to teach riders of all ability levels to appreciate the horse they're riding and to understand what makes a good horse owner.

Horseback riding camps can be found throughout the United States, and are also known as Dude Ranches or Guest Ranches in many western portions of the country. Price ranges vary depending on what exactly you want to do, and some horseback riding camps are geared for children while others are geared for adults. Look on the Internet for horseback riding camps in your area or where you plan to vacation, and you'll find enough information to at least get you started.

Horseback riding camps can be enjoyed by single individuals or entire families, and experienced counselors and instructors are patient and willing to answer any questions thousands of times. A love of horses and a desire to see them well cared for and protected are what motivates most of these instructors, and they'll be more than happy to share their experiences with you. Horseback riding camps operate mostly in warm weather months and offer stays from a few days to several weeks.

If you're looking to do something a little different the next time summer rolls around, consider horseback riding camps whether you own a horse or not. The experiences and fun gained at horseback riding camps will ensure that your stay will be a highlight you'll remember forever.

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Still looking for the perfect summer camp? Try visiting http://www.aboutcamps.com - a website that specializes in providing camp advice, tips and resources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
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