What a great group of “Super Girls” and “Super Boys” we had for our second week of camp. Everyone worked really hard on learning to ride and improving their skills. They learned all about horses: what they eat, how you take care of them, what the farrier does for them, how to groom them, bath them and tack them up! Our campers played lots of horsey games like follow the leader, Red Light/ Green Light, Simon Says, and tack up and ride relay! Campers had a great equine yoga session and learned to ride bareback and relax on the trail rides.
We had our first-ever all adult camp this year…what a great group of ladies! Campers learned all about caring for a horse, grooming and tacking, and spent each day working on their riding skills. They had lots of fun unleashing their “inner child” and playing horsey games. Most have signed up to return for lessons after our summer camps are completed, so we look forward to spending time with our new friends!!!
Steppingstone Farm hosted a local girl scout troop and helped them earn their horsemanship badge. The girls learned all about horses and their care, and finished their day up in the saddle.
As the kids are counting down the number of days left for school this year, Steppingstone Farm is counting down the days to Horse Camp! There will be 4 weeks filled with lots of happy hard-working campers! We are very excited!
Today marks a sad day as we celebrate Valentines we are also missing a piece of our hearts as it also marks 1 year since “Chance” passed over that rainbow bridge. We celebrate all the love he gave us and honor his beautiful soul. It brings peace to know hes running free up in the heavenly skies along side his best friend “Blue” while celebrating turning 36 yesterday up in the clouds! We love and miss you everyday old man.