EST. 1965 Dan, Marlene & Neva La Fleur West side Madison, WI
Join Summer Camps for a fun filled days, of horsemanship, games, crafts and friends.
Campers will learn how to…
Ages: 8 year old thru 17 year olds
Hours: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Camp hours. Drop off 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. Pick up 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Fee: One day for $100 or 5 days for $400
Payment is due first day of the session. All fees must be paid in advance and are not refundable for missed days.
I understand that a non-refundable/nontransferable deposit for $250.— Per week must accompany this form to insure my child place in the session(s) I have indicated. The final payment is due the first day of the session. If final payment is not made, I will lose my deposit, and La Fleur Stables/Madison Riding Academy may accept a child from a waiting list. All fees must be paid in advance and are not refundable for missed days or sessions.
Staff: Instructors at Madison Riding Academy are selected for their skills and experience with horses and campers.
Snacks and Lunches: Campers who stay for the full day need to bring their own lunch. There is a refrigerator available if needed. Cold water will be available at the stables all times.
Sunscreen/Insect repellent: Campers are responsible for supplying and applying their own sunscreen and insect repellent.
Lost, Stolen or Damaged Personal Property: La Fleur Stables/Madison Riding Academy is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal property, including clothing. Campers are discouraged from bringing personal items beyond what is needed for the day. Please DO NOT bring Cell/Mobil devices or keep in a safe place. During camp time there will be know time for devices to be used unless at breaks.
Proper Attire: Riding helmets are available, you may use your own. All helmets must be SEI approved horseback riding helmets. Riders should wear long pants and boots. Tennis shoes are permitted. PLEASE NOTE THE PROPER SHOES REQUIRED FOR SAFE HORSEBACK RIDING. Please make sure all items are labeled. Campers should dress according to the weather conditions each day. Riding Helmets are included in the fee for camp.
Levels of riding: Our camps offers all levels of riding experience. In the registration form is an evaluation about the levels that you think your child is.
Weather is bad: In the event of inclement weather, we have inside space for campers. Extreme heat or rain may affect the schedule for the day's planned activities. The safety of campers, staff and horses is our first priority.
Cancellation Policy: 24 Hour Notice of Cancellation is required. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of camp fee. All fees must be paid in advance and are not refundable for missed days. If bad weather the stables follow City of Madison protocol.
Parents Visit: Parents & family are welcome to discuss to the staff about coming to watch their child(ren) during camp. Yes, we have riding Demonstrations through out the year Thursday, Friday & Saturday mornings between 9 a.m. -- Noon. If you want to see your child to ride anytime from 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Thursday and/or Friday are best and inform the instructor that you will be out. Cameras should be on HAND! They will return home in the evenings full of great horse tales and ready for bed!
If child becomes ILL: Our staff will place child in a room and call the parent with the situation. Please make sure your child isn't Allergic to Horses, Cats & Dogs.
Types of Horses used at Camp: Saddlebreds are the most desired and most commonly used horses in the world for English "Saddle Seat" equitation for several reasons:
1 Their conformation, with high head carriage and level top line create an excellent saddle seat position.
2 The Saddlebred moves in a balanced, precise, and stylish way that is a perfect complement to the rider.
3 Saddlebreds are responsive, intelligent, well mannered and game -- all qualities that maximize the skills of the rider. About our Lesson Horses!
The lesson horses which we teach riding lessons, vary in skill and temperament from those suited for very beginners to those suited for riders who compete nationally.
Goal #1 — Keep campers safe.
Goal #2 — Make camp experience fun and incredibly enjoyable.
Goal #3 — Camper achieve their own personal horsemanship goals — whatever that may be!
Equitation Demo; Pattern
Lunging a horse/pony
Barn Chores; helping keeping the stables clean, sweeping and folding towels
Picking out a horse stall duties
Riding a horse Every day
Games on Horse back
Riding in a Buggy
Lunge Line Lessons
Learning about the Parts of Horse
Basic Vet prep
Looking at the care for the horse. Explore diet, vet care, farrier and caring for the grooming boxes
Parts of Equipment & Cleaning
Miniature Horses; Riding & Driving
Styles of riding
Theme Ideas for the week
How to register: Fill out Registration Form and mail back or email neva@Lstables.com to reserve a spot or call 608-833-3635.
Look into Holiday Day Camps!!
"Summer FUN" July 16-20
"Sparkle" July 23-27
"Rangers" July 30-August 3
"Body Building" August 6-10
"3 Days Horse Event Camp" August 13-15
"Horse Hooves" August 20-24
5 days of Camp = $400
1 day of Camp = $100