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Friday May 1st, 2020- CANCELLED

Friday June 5th, 2020 - CANCELLED

Friday June 26th, 2020 - CANCELLED


With great sadness, Little Stirrups Equine is sad to announce all PA Day Camps are cancelled due to Covid- 19 Pandemic. 

Please watch for updates for Fall 2020 PA Day Camps if allowed by the Ontario Government and Equestrian Canada. 

Registration Forms Due Dates:

- Fri, May 1st, 2020 for Fri, April 24th, 2020

- Fri, June 5th, 2020  for Fri, May 29th, 2020

- Fri, June 26th, 2020  for Fri, June 19th, 2020


PA Day Cost: $55.00 + HST (13%) = $62.15 per day

After Care Cost

After Care is Available from 3:30 - 6 pm. Additional $15.00 fee will be applied to your invoice. 


Payments are due three business days before camp day.

Payments can be made by EMT or Cash.

EMT to with the password being PonyCamp

Cash dropped off to the farm

Payment Due Dates:

Fri, May 1st, 2020 - due on Tues, April 28th, 2020

Fri, June 5th, 2020 - due on Tues, June 2nd, 2020

Fri, June 26th, 2020 - due on Tues, June 23rd, 2020


Camp Day Details

Beginner Riders:

Riders who have not ridden before or only comfortable at the walk and trot. 

Campers will start by learning the basics of handling their pony/horse safely. Next, we'll start with their one-hour formal English-Riding lessons with leaders, soon mastering the basic skills of riding on their own in a safe environment. Next, with a focus on safety, additional horsemanship activities will be included such as grooming, tacking, feeding, and basic horse care. To finish off the day, riders will participate in horsemanship games/theory, outside group games, singsongs, arts & craft activities.

Intermediate Riders:

Rider’s who are comfortable at walk, trot and just starting to canter. 

Intermediate riders will be challenged with advanced horsemanship skill. With their one- hour formal English- Riding lesson, riders will work on building their riding abilities. Following, each rider will have a short course on beginner equine nutrition, show-grooming, basic first aid for horses, and advance horse theory.

Advance Riders:

Rider’s who are comfortable at walk, trot, canter and jumping.

Advanced riders will be tested on their advanced horsemanship skills. With their one – hour formal English- Riding lesson, the instructor will seek answers to why and how their riding capabilities work to make their horse perform. Following, riders will receive an introduction on loading a horse/pony on the trailer. As well, riders will receive a short course on advanced equine nutrition, show grooming, first aid for horses and advanced equine theory. 

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