Summer Horse Program Ages 6 -16
Full day 8am-3pm
Half day 9am-11:30am
Afternoon half day 12:30-3:30
Explore the world of horses through this fun and interactive program. Open to boys and girls of all riding experience levels (beginners welcome). Children will ride a horse daily, participate in educational projects, horse care, horsemanship and crafts. The program will cover grooming, leading, mounting a horse, steering, stopping and riding at the walk and trot. On Thursdays, students will participate in a “game day” on horseback and will get hands on experience with other farm animals. Students must wear long pants and boots with a heel. They may bring a helmet with them if they have one. Loaner helmets will be available for students that do not have their own. Students will not be allowed to ride in sneakers. Students are to bring a water bottle and snack that does not contain nuts. AM and PM sessions will cover different topics. Student that would like a full day option can sign up for the AM and PM session; a supervised ½ hour lunch included at no additional charge for students doing both sessions (they must bring their own bag lunch).
Total cost $225/half day $500/full day
Full day 9am-3:30pm
Morning Half day 9am-12 am
Afternoon half day 12:30-3:30
We are happy to announce that we will be offering a Friday Barn Buddies program. During this program, children will get the opportunity to learn more about agriculture and farming. Children will get hands on experience with animals such as horses, goats, ducks, rabbits, alpacas and chickens. Topics will include how to collect and use fibers from animals for clothing and art, and growing food for people and animals. Each day children will have the option to have a horse/pony ride. This program is open to children age 5-16. Students may enroll in both AM and PM sessions; a supervised ½ hour lunch included at no additional charge for students doing both sessions (they must bring their own bag lunch).
Total cost $55/half day $100/full day
Session 1 Friday July 3
Session 2 Friday July 10
Session 3 Friday July 17
Session 1 Tuesday June 30th 5pm-7pm
Session 2 Tuesday July 7th 5pm-7pm
Session 3 Tuesday July 14th 5pm-7pm
From farm to yarn: In these 1 day sessions, students will learn about fiber producing animals and uses for fiber in fashion and art. Students will learn about what types of animals (and plants) can be used for their fiber producing qualities and how to turn raw material into something usable. Students will learn to care for and have hands on experience with some of our fiber animals, including alpacas and rabbits. Students will create a craft project involving yarn or felted fiber.
Session 1 Wednesday July 1st 5pm-7pm
Session 2 Wednesday July 8th 5pm-7pm
Session 3 Wednesday July 15th 5pm-7pm
(Example: Half day horsemanship camp)
(Examples: Session 1 6/25-6/28)
total amount due $__________
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Under Massachusetts law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to section 2D of chapter 128 of the General Laws.
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Please send this form and check made out to: Coachman’s Legacy to 267 North Street, Upton Ma 01568. $50 deposit is due per session (example: if you sign up for one week of horse camp, one week barn buddies and one session saddle club $150 would be due) Deposits are NONREFUNDABLE, They may be transferred to another week is available.
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