2022 Summer Camps
*Due to COVID-19 camp participants must bring a mask. Hand sanitizer is not required but recommended*
June 27- July 1 *Tentative adult camp*
How to register for Summer Camps 2022:
- Download the waiver and registration form (at the bottom of this page) fill them out and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Summer Camp 2022”
- Click this link for zone4 and sign up for a zone4 login (if you do not already have one) https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=28195
- Fill out the information, choose your camp, and pay your deposit
*The week of June 27th– July 1st is an adult summer camp (you must be 18+ to register) it will be a half day camp, 9am to 12pm and will be $300 (the deposit is still $250)
*Please be accurate with your child’s riding ability so they are placed in the proper group
*Your spot in summer camp will not be held without the registration form, waiver and deposit
About Our Camps
Blarney Stone Farms is once again proud to offer summer riding camps to all levels and ages. With the success of our camps over the previous years, we hope to see familiar faces returning and have the opportunity to meet new people. We will endeavour to give all our students a good foundation in basic riding and horsemanship skills as well as creating a fun environment to ride and learn in.
Camps are open to anyone aged 6 and up and about 4 feet tall. All experience levels are welcome. No more than 13 students are taken each week. These students will be split into groups based on ability as closely as possible.
Our week long day camps run Monday to Friday, from 9-4. Students will ride during the day and when they are not riding they will be learning safety, care and groundwork as well as other fun and exciting horse facts and games.
Parents are strongly encouraged to attend the show on the Friday afternoon. This is a chance for the students to show off their new skills and all the hard work that they did throughout the week.
- Proper footwear (English boots with a one inch heal are preferred). Students can bring running shoes for when they are not on the horse.
- Riding helmet (unlike other years it is now required to have a certified riding helmet for the safety of your child). Helmets can be purchased at any tack store.
- Bring a lunch, snacks and water
- Dress appropriate for the weather (including sunscreen and bug spray)