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Camp Redwood “Everything Horse” gives kids the opportunity to learn how to ride, discover the vast world of horses, and have lots of fun with other horse lovers in a friendly, safe and encouraging environment.

Camp hours are Mondays – Friday 9:30-3:00p.  Before and aftercare are available.

At Camp Redwood –   campers learn how to ride  in addition to comprehending proper horsemanship. Campers experience  the responsibility of taking care of these majestic animals.  This includes learning to groom,  bathe and provide the basic care such as feeding, and cleaning.  Each day campers will have classes that  teach basic anatomy and horse breeds and colors . Weekly, blacksmith gives  a demonstration on  shoeing and general hoof care.  Equine veterinarians also come to  the ranch to  to provide routine care for the campers to observe and ask questions.  The horse dentist comes once each week and campers witness firsthand how horse dentistry is performed.

Campers also have time to have fun, participate in scheduled activities, and play games;  even sometimes on the horse! One thing you can be sure of; Camp Redwood is truly “Everything Horse..”

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At the end of each week, parents, relatives and friends are invited to the camp’s horse exhibition.    Campers show off the skills they learned during the week. We then get to celebrate a fun week of camp with cake and refreshments.  This is a great picture taking opportunity, making  memories of a lifetime  and a great addition to your son or daughter’s keepsake album.

Saying good bye is the hardest part for the campers and Staff. At Camp Redwood campers are warmly welcomed back for lessons or just to say hi to their favorite horse or pony.  Camp Redwood “ Everything Horse”  This ensures each camper understands  they can come back to visit whenever they like which helps with saying goodbye to their equine friends made during the week.

For Camp 2014, we are pleased to announce each camper who participates in the week long camp or 4 day camp will receive a $100.00 certificate towards a package of lessons. So it is not always good-bye  at Camp Redwood  “Everything Horse,” it is so long for now until we meet again.

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Staff of Camp Redwood 2013  a day out  after a long summer!

 

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Prices

  • The cost for one week of camp is $575 for the week.
  • The cost for the 4 day camp is $475.
  • One day camp is $150 per day.
  • After care is available for an addition fee.

**A $200 non-refundable registration fee (which is a part of your tuition) is due for each week of camp scheduled to hold your child’s place. The remaining balance is due at or by the start of camp.

What to bring to camp:

  • Lunch
  • Bottle of water plus an extra drink ( or money for vending machine on premises )
  • Sweatshirt
  • Notebook & Colored Pencils
  • Sunscreen & a hat ( summer )
  • A change of clothes to have on hand
  • Cut up apples or carrots for your horse

**All campers are required to have registration packet completed prior to registration.

**Campers will need boots with 1/2” heel and pants without a thick inner leg seam. Helmets are provided. Optional: Helmets and comfortable riding attire can be purchased at Vista Madera Tack Shop. Redwood Ranch provides school helmets, though some riders prefer to buy their own.

**Safety is important to the staff of the Ranch. Garry Pregler, Co-owner of Redwood and Camp Director is a paramedic and is certified in CPR. All staff are CPR and First Aide certified. We are also blessed with an extraordinary team of well trained, well-mannered school horses and ponies.

How to register:

Please mail in the following completed forms at your earliest convenience to reserve your child’s sport :
1. Redwood Summer 2014 Camp Packet (pdf)
2. Deposit of $200 for each week of camp


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