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SUMMER CAMPS AT WINDMILL 

Camps at Windmill Stables are all about horsemanship, fun, and friends. We emphasize safety, proper care and handling of horses, and proper communication with our animal partners.


If you are unsure of your level, please ask your instructor or call our barn manager so that you sign up for the camp that suits your riding ability.

Beginner Camp: $450

For riders who are just getting introduced to riding or who have been to camp before & have taken some lessons. Half day camps start at 8am with learning to groom and tack up the horse for a fun riding lesson where students learn the basics of riding on our gentle school horses. We continue our day with fun arts and crafts and an educational activity.

Intermediate Week Camp: $450

For riders who are comfortable taking care of their horse, know how to confidently walk, trot, & canter, and have begun jumping. Students will learn new skills & improve their range of riding abilities. Students will learn more complicated riding techniques for the show ring or just to improve their overall riding ability.

***$150 Non-Refundable Deposit Required For Each Camp***

 *Rescheduling – if you need to reschedule your rider we will make every effort but to move the rider to another camp, or provide lessons for the deposit amount. However, we cannot guarantee this. 

*Cancellations – we send out multiple reminder emails beginning 1-week prior to the camp. If you need to cancel just let us know so we can give the spot to someone on the waitlist. If you do not let us know, and you still take that riding slot, you are expected to pay for the camp. 

Summer Camp Deposit

$150.00

Camp Deposit
What To Bring Checklist WINDMILL 
Campers should bring:
  • Water, several bottles, some frozen or with lots of ice
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses, Hat or Visor
  • Gatorade
  • Snacks
  • Riding boots, helmet, breeches, gloves, other riding equipment
  • Shorts and other clothes to change into
Trail Rides
Warning 
UNDER TEXAS LAW (CHAPTER 87, CIVIC PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE), A FARM ANIMAL PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR AN INJURY TO OR THE DEALTH OF A PARTICIPANT IN FARM ANIMAL ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISKS OF FARM ANIMAL ACTIVITIES.