Pony Camp Program

PONY CAMP AT FOXRUN FARM

HAS BEEN COMPLETED FOR THE SUMMER of 2020.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR CAMPERS AND THE PARENTS

WHO HELPED SO MUCH.

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PONY CAMP weekly group programs are available beginning JUNE 22, 2020 for children ages 5-14.

Please call the barn management at (631)943-6501 or (631) 943-6504 for any specific questions.

We look forward to continuing the great tradition that the horse riding programs at Foxrun Farm have been.

PONY CAMP DATES for Summer, 2020:

June 22 – 26  (PC 2001) – Completed

June 29 – July 3 (PC 2002) – Completed

July 6 – 10, (PC 2003) – Completed

July 13 – 17 (PC 2004) – Completed

July 20 – 24 (PC 2005) – Completed

July 27 – 31 (PC 2006) – Completed

August 3 – 7 (PC 2007) – Completed

August 10 – 14 (PC 2008) – Completed

               PROGRAM COMPLETED FOR SUMMER 2020

August 17 – 21 (PC 2009) – CANCELLED

August 24 – 28 (PC 2010) – CANCELLED

 August 31 to September 4 (PC 2011) – CANCELLED 

Saturday September 5 – Monday Sep 7 (Special Three-Day Labor Day Weekend Program) (PC 2012) – CANCELLED

Whether your child has never ridden before or needs a refresher course, Pony Camp is designed to get your child off to a solid start with the basics.

Learning to mount, ride and control the horse’s movements is a fantastic way to improve focusing on a task, developing communication skills, improving balance, muscle development and coordination.

This newly acquired ability encourages responsibility and builds self-confidence, all the while having fun with new friends!

  •  How to be safe and confidence around horses
  •  Use a lead-line & walk a horse
  •  Learn the correct riding position;
  •  Use the ramp & block to mount
  •  Mount and ride at the walking pace
  •  Become familiar with horse equipment and barn routines,
  •  Groom, curry, comb, feed and care for a horse.

See PRICING for booking and other details

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: An approved helmet with chin-strap Hard-soled, closed-toe shoes or boots with a heel Long non-slippery pants or jeans Dress warmly & wear gloves if weather is cold or wet (We have a limited helmet supply)