Summer Experiences 2019
Several opportunities to learn from the horses and have fun!
Winning Ways 2019 Summer Experiences with the Horses!
Stampeder Camp July 8 – 12, 2019 5 years and up Beginners and Rookies
Beginners: 5-8 yrs. (1 hr morning class/day Max 4 riders)
$175/child 2/family $340 3/family $490
Youth: must be 9 & up to stay all day (2 groups/day-Beginners or Rookies; ride 2X/day) $300/youth 2/family $570 3/family $840 4/family $1100
Adults: evening class (M-Th 7-8:30 = 6 hours) $225/rider Couples $425
Roughriders Camp July 22 -27, 2019 8 years and up Rookies and up
2 days English discipline + Life with Horses + 2 days Western discipline
Optional Play Day on Saturday
Ride 2X/day for 5 days $400/rider 2/family $750 3/family $1100
July 27 Play Day: Morning-trail ride; Afternoon-games $35 + horse fee /rider
2-hour evening class for Adults: Tuesday – Thursday 7-9 p.m.
Adult Evening Class (6 hours) $225/rider Couples $425
Trail Riding Adventure Aug 2-5, 2019 12 years and up Novice and Up
Theory Aug 2 @ 7-9 p.m. Ride all 3 days Aug 3, 4, 5 OR choose the day that suits you best. Use a Winning Ways horse $125/theory & 1 day; $100/additional day
OR use your own horse $75/theory & 1 day; $50/additional day.
Only pay for theory for one member of the family but ALL riders must attend mandatory safety and orientation class on Friday evening.
Show Ready? (3 days) Aug 20 – 22, 2019 6 years and up Rookies and Up
Preparation for all aspects of local horse show
Riders will practice & ride 2X/day $225 ($75/day) Riders using their own horse $195
Prairie ‘n’ Forest Annual Horse Show Aug 24&25, 2019
Contact Kelly at 306 240 9535 OR email@example.com
Explanation of Rider Levels
Beginners who are Just Starting will learn about the nature of the horse, working safely around horses, grooming and saddling the lesson horse and riding on their own with confidence and skill.
Colts should have some experience and must demonstrate that they can sit saddle comfortably; perform an emergency one rein stop; hold & adjust reins; start, stop & turn horse at a walk; all on Winning Ways school horses.
Beginners & Colts may be placed together, depending upon age.
Novices ride a full hour on horseback therefore riders must prepare their horses before the class starts. Students must be able to prepare their mount with minimal assistance, demonstrate that they can perform an emergency one rein stop; hold & adjust reins; start, stop & turn horse at a walk and trot comfortably; and be willing to learn to canter/lope during their lessons.
Intermediates ride a full hour on horseback therefore riders prepare their horses before their class. Students must be able to tack and untack their mount, demonstrate that they can perform an emergency one rein stop; hold & adjust reins; start, stop & turn horse at a walk, trot and canter/lope.