Spring Break Camp

Who Is Complete Equestrian Spring Break Horse Camp for?

Our focus is on safety and having fun learning with our horses! We offer several different programs for our summer adventures!

  • CIT (Counselor In Training) for ages 13-16 years is geared toward developing leadership skills, organization skills and confidence teaching horse skills and riding horses. These riders will also be working on their own personal equestrian skills and journey. We offer a 6:1 student to instructor ratio.
  • Our Junior Rider program (ages 9-12 years) is geared towards learning confidence and equine knowledge on and off the horse. We love to help foster a deeper bond with horses. We want to instill a passion for the fun in horses. We offer a 4:1 student to instructor ratio.
  • Our Young Riders program (5-8 years) is based on learning the skills that will boost their confidence and joy with horses. These younger people will have extra attention to help with their fine motor skills, balance and be coached with joy! We offer a 3:1 student to instructor ratio.

How might camp be different?

In order to promote the safety of our campers, we will be implementing

  • Camper screening at check in and check out
  • Groups of 25 or fewer outside and 10 or fewer in large rooms
  • Sanitizing all equipment after each use
  • Regular hand washing and access to hand sanitizer
  • Staggered drop off and pick up times, meal times
  • Guidance to campers on how to maintain appropriate physical distancing, respiratory etiquette and hygiene
  • Masks are optional to those who would like to use them

Riding Daily Itinerary: 9am-4pm

9-9:15Drop off and Check In.
Warm ups and Stretching.
9:30-3:45Rotations between riding, art, education, games and chores
Popsicle and Pick up

Vaulting Daily Itinerary: 9am-4pm- Not available for 2023

9-9:15Drop off and Check In.
Warm ups and Stretching.
Rotations between barrel work, horse vaulting, conditioning,
gymnastics, art, education, games and chores
Popsicle and Pick up

Extended Hours: We do offer extended hours from 8 am- 5 pm for your convenience for $5/hour. If you need additional extended hours, please let us know of your specific needs!

What do we do at Spring Break Camp?

Riding and Vaulting

For our Spring Break Riding Camp, we are accepting all levels of riders from beginner through advanced. The goal for riding camp is fun and learning new skills. For our Spring Break Vaulting Camp, we are accepting those who are already familiar with vaulting. The goal for vaulting camp is to get vaulters ready for competition season with drills, barrel work and horse work.

Safety is our number one goal. On the first day the campers will learn the safest ways to be around horses. They will get to learn how to work with the horses on the ground, tying, grooming and tacking.

Riding- All campers are required to wear an ASTM certified riding helmet. Bike helmets cannot be used. We have several to use or you can bring your own. Campers must also wear long pants for riding and a boot with a heel. Campers will be taught based on ability level. Beginners are at a walk, intermediate at a walk and trot, and advanced at a walk, trot and canter. We will be teaching English, Western and Vaulting throughout the week. The campers can look forward to games, patterns, drill team and rail work in their lessons. After their ride, they get some more hands on horse time while they cool down, unsaddle and groom their horses.

Vaulting- Our vaulting program will be geared towards getting vaulters ready for the upcoming competition season. We will be working on compulsory drills and skills on the barrel and on the horse. Our focus on the freestyle will be to improve performance scores, content scores and artistry on the barrel and the horse. We will also be doing mats and conditioning exercises that will strengthen and improve your vaulting.

Horsey Chores

Who knew chores could be so much fun? On a hot day it’s really fun to clean a water tank, or sit in the shade and polish bits and bridles. Campers will also help with turning horses out to pasture, cleaning stalls, bringing horses in from pasture and feeding their equine partners every day. This gives campers a chance to learn how much it really takes to care for their favorite animals.

Equine Classroom

There is way more to horses than riding and vaulting, and we feel that it is so important to teach that. The campers will get to play games, get worksheets and do hands on activities. We have a different lesson plan for every day of camp, so there is always something new to learn!!


Campers will get to go home at the end of the day with an arts and crafts project that they made. The crafts are all horse related, fun and creative.

The vaulting campers can choose to swap out art for additional barrel work as an option if they would like.

Policies and Check List for Camp

Please take a moment to become familiar with our CAMP POLICIES.

Please use this Riding CHECKLIST to come prepared for riding camp!

Please use this Vaulting CHECKLIST to come prepared for vaulting camp!

2023 Calendar

March 13, 2023- Riding – FULL WAITLIST ONLY
March 14, 2023- Riding – FULL WAITLIST ONLY
March 15, 2023- Riding – FULL WAITLIST ONLY
March 16, 2023- Riding – FULL WAITLIST ONLY

Cost and Registration

CIT (Ages 13-16 Years)

Riding Day RateVaulting Day Rate
$ 80$ n/a

Junior Riders (Ages 9-12 Years)

Riding Day Rate Vaulting Day Rate
Cost$ 90$ n/a

Young Riders (Ages 5-8 Years)

Riding Day Rate Vaulting Day Rate
Cost$ 95$ n/a

Spring Riding Camp Registration

Payment Information and Refund Policy

  • Weather can cancel camp if we are not able to ride that day. You will receive a full refund or credit on your account.
  • When your registration is received, you will receive an online invoice. Your space in camp is reserved with your payment.
  • For you tax purposes: Our EIN is 20-8406025.
  • Credit cards are accepted with a 3.5% service charge.
  • REFUND POLICY: Camp is NONREFUNDABLE. If your reserved space is filled by another camper, we are able to offer a refund or a credit.
  • If your camper is unable to attend due to ILLNESS through a doctors note, you will receive a credit on your account for your missed camp day(s)
  • There is an additional office fee of $30 for any changes made to your registration.