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Hawk Ridge Farm opens registration for horse riding camp
April 23, 2014
JASPER, Ga. — Hawk Ridge Farm has opened registration for their summer horse riding camp.
Hawk Ridge Farm offers daily riding lessons in English/hunt seat riding, as well as "fun rides," such as games on horseback and trail rides.
Campers will participate in ground lessons and demonstrations in basic horse handling, first aid and horseshoeing, as well as enjoying various horse-related crafts and projects.
The price is $300 per weeklong session with only eight spots available per session.
The camp is open to girls and boys ages 5 through 17.
It also accepts riders of all levels, from the first-time rider learning the basics of horsemanship to the serious show competitor.
Campers can bring their own horse for free; just supply feed, hay and shavings for the week.
June 16-20 – beginner/intermediate
June 30-July 3 – intermediate/advanced
July 28-Aug. 1 – beginner/intermediate
Hawk Ridge Farm is an equestrian hunter/jumper facility, specializing in Quarter Horse hunters and equitation training.
The farm is located on 15 acres in Jasper, Ga.
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, call 706-974-7831 or email
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