Horsemanship, animal lessons, and more!
Winter Break Riding Camps
Campers ages 5-14 will ride and have lessons daily!
We have opportunities for all children ages 5 through 14! Beat the winter break boredom with some quality outdoor animal interaction time.
Sessions are filling up quickly - only 5 spots left for Horsemanship Camp!
Buckaroo Camp is FULL!
Temperatures will be taken at the gate.
Please keep your child home if there is any suspicion of illness.
WARNING: This is a hands-on ranch camp. Campers will get dirty! :)
What will campers learn from the Horsemanship portion?
What will campers learn from the Ranch Portion?
CAMP DATES AND TIMES
TRAK will be offering 2 age-based camps. Our Buckaroos Camp is FULL. Our Horsemanship Camp is for children ages 8-14. MUST PAY IN FULL TO RESERVE SPOT
Horsemanship Winter Break Camp: December 28-31 (closed New Year's Day) 8 am- 12 pm
Buckaroo Winter Break Camp is FULL. Please call our office, 520.298.9808 to get on our waitlist.
WHAT TO BRING
FORM AND WAIVER:
1. Complete this electronically fill-able Winter Break Registration Form.
2. Only complete the waiver form if you are not a current TRAK Member.
COST: Buckaroo Winter Camp- $150
Horsemanship Riding Winter Camp- $300
Payment in full is expected at the time of enrollment.
Forms and payment can be submitted by:
- Drop off check or cash payment in the office or the outside drop-box or mail to:
- Use the electronically fill-able form, save and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org..
- Make payments online using the registration form.
2019 Camp Testimonial:
Well, I believe my daughter has "Horse Fever". Symptoms include: talking about horses, reflecting giddily about her experience at the ranch, referring to characters such as "Izzy" and "Little Doc" with a sort of dreamy affect, etc. Having no other contact with horses, I can only assume that she developed this condition directly from her exposure at the TRAK ranch. Therefore I am notifying you indeed to suggest that her Horse Fever most certainly came from the ranch.
Treatable? I'm not sure, however, I believe that her condition can be relieved with more contact to horses.
Thank you- in case it isn't clear, she had a great time at the camp and was empowered and excited working with the horses and of course your patient staff.”