Trinity Equestrian Center

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Horse Camps

Our 4 Day Learn, Ride, Grow Camps are FULL of what Your kids love - Riding & Horse time!

All of our camps focus on safety, care, riding, and developing positive horsemanship skills. Your children will spend all of their time with the horses working on their riding skills, as well as learning new horsemanship activities everyday! We strive to instill patience, respect, and effective communication in a variety of different settings with the horses and without. Our horse camp is a wonderful mix of learning and tons of fun!

Our Learn, Ride, Grow camps are divided into two different age groups. This gives us the ability to specialize each camp based on the riders age and riding level.


Learn, Ride, Grow 2017 Schedule

Session Dates and Information for Ages 6-12

Monday through Thursday

9:00am - 1:00pm

Cost/Child/Session $295.00

June 19-22, 2017

July 17-21, 2017

August 21-24, 2017


Learn, Ride, Grow Activities

During Camp, children will be immersed in riding as well tons of fun and engaging horsemanship activities and learning like:


Horse Sense: Rules and Reasons

Saddling and Tack Parts

What is Horsemanship?

Horse Anatomy


Learn, Ride, Grow Registration Information

Please Note:

These camps have very limited enrollment to ensure a fun and safe environment for our riders. Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Be Sure to Sign-up early!


Download the 2017 Learn Ride, Grow Form


Download the Riding Release

Call (715) 835-4530 to learn more.



On the first day of camp, please come no later than 8:50 AM to check in

Please bring a snack and refillable water bottle for your child each day

Your child must wear long pants, closed toed shoes or boots with a flat heel.

We provide riding helmets, but you may bring your own. Please have child's name on it.

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