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Lake Oswego Hunt

Summer Camps

SUMMER CAMP & TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULES

SUMMER CAMPS

EQUESTRIAN TRAINING CAMPS

BEGINNER

CAMPS

June 17-21

July 1-5 

July 15-19 

August 5-9 

August 19-23 

ALL

CAMPS

FULL!

INTERMEDIATE

CAMPS

June 10-14 

June 24-28 

July 8-12 

July 22-26 

August 12-16 

ALL

CAMPS

FULL!

CATCH-RIDING

CAMP

JuNE 10-13  

EVENTING

CAMPS

June 17-20

July 15-18

August 12-15

JUMPING

CAMPS

July 8-11

August 5-8

Important note about camp...

Our camps cover a wide range of riding skill levels. 

To ensure that your camper has the best and safest camp experience please check with camp director if you are unsure of your campers riding level.

BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE 

(ages 6 and up)

BEGINNER CAMPERS will be introduced to the horse with instruction in proper grooming, tacking and handling, in addition to mounted lessons to learn correct fundamentals. Some students may trot by the end of the week.

 

INTERMEDIATE CAMPS are for riders who are already proficient in steering at the walk and trot and want to improve their position and control in more advanced maneuvers.

CAMP DETAILS

RIDING CAMPS RUN: 

Monday - Friday

from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

CAMP COST:   $500  

50% non-refundable deposit due at registration 

OPTIONAL EXTENSION:     

8:00 am early drop-off  ... $100

6:00 pm pickup  ... $100

PLEASE NOTE: Pick-ups after 6:00 pm will be an additional $25 per 15min. 

 

CAMP SUPPLY LIST:

  • Every rider should bring a lunch and snacks, a water bottle, and sunscreen.
     

  • If you have your own riding helmet or boots, feel free to bring those.

CAMP ATTIRE: 

  • Please wear long pants, jeans, or riding pants.
     

  • No flip-flops or open toed shoes.
     

  • Ability to tie hair back if long.

NEW!

 

SUMMER TRAINING CAMPS

CATCH-RIDING CAMP

Ever wonder what Catch-Riding is all about? Don't have your own horse and still want to compete? Then this camp is for you!


Here is your chance to find out more about IEA/IHSA competitions and what catch-riding is all about.

If you've ridden on a team, this is a perfect opportunity to work on improving hunt seat skills before our upcoming fall season.

For grades 4 - 12th!  

TRAINING CAMP DETAILS

This summer LOH is offering a series of training camps for experienced riders. Ideally these camps are for those who already own a horse (please speak with Barn Director if you are unable to bring your horse). Must meet skill level to register - may be reqired to do an evaluation lesson.

CAMPS RUN:   Monday - Thursday from 9:30 am - 3:30

 

CAMP COST:   $500

50% non-refundable deposit due at registration 

STABLING OPTION:

$40 night (Horses may be dropped off Saturday evening
before start of Camps)

jumper training camp

(ages 10-Adult)

Jumper Training Camp is designed for riders who would like to work on their jumping skills. 
 

This week long program will give riders the opportunity to enhance their skills in both the hunter and jumper rings. Riders will do both grid and course work with a heavy emphasis on position.

 

Camp will also cover the various aspects of horse care and stable management including grooming, feeding, and tack maintenance. 

This is a great opportunity for competitors to refine and expand their skills and education.

Prerequisites for Registration:

  • Riders not riding in a training program at LOH must get prior approval from Barn Director or LOH Trainer. 

  • MUST be able to tack up, know leads, diagonals, and basic 2 point.
     

Eventing Training Camp

(ages 10-Adult)

This program is designed for the Eventing enthusiast, from introductory levels through  Novice. Come meet new friends, learn new skills, and polish up for the show season! 

Curriculum will include Dressage, Stadium, Cross-Country, as well as stable management at shows, wrapping, nutrition, conditioning, basic horse first aid, types of fences, rules, trailering, tack use/care, leg support/boots types/uses, and starting and maintaining a training log.

This is a great opportunity for competitors to refine and expand their skills and education. 

Prerequisites for Registration:

  • Riders not riding in a training program at LOH must get prior approval from Barn Director or LOH Trainer.

  • MUST be able to tack up, walk/trot/canter, have a solid jump position and the ability to control their horse in an open field. 

CAMP SUPPLY LIST:

  • Every rider should bring a lunch and snacks, a water bottle, and sunscreen.

     

EVENTING CAMPS
 

  • Every rider MUST have a cross-country vest. (We have vests available on loan, but must receive requests before camp starts.)
     

  • Binder with paper for Training Log

CAMP ATTIRE: 

  • Please wear long pants, jeans, or riding pants.
     

  • Riding helmet and riding boots / paddock boots and half chaps. NO flip-flops or open toed shoes.
     

  • Ability to tie hair back if long.