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Kids Riding Camp

2020  Summer Riding Camp for Kids 

Flying Horse Farm offers four weeks of summer camp for children ages 6-12, small groups with individualized attention.

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What could be better than spending your days with horses! Flying Horse Farm is all about having fun! So not only will you be in the barn getting to know the horses, learning the basics of horse care and riding, but you’ll also spend time making crafts, swimming and more! We welcome children ages 6-12 and will try to group kids into age appropriate groups if needed. Children are not required to have any riding experience to attend camp.

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What to expect at Summer Camp:

  • Private lesson or group lesson daily depending on riding level
  • Horse care lessons: grooming, parts of the horse and tack, bathing, feeding etc.
  • Horsey Arts and Crafts
  • Supervised swimming in our in-ground pool*
  • Games
  • Small groups: individualized attention

You pick which week(s) you’d like to come:

Week 1: June 22-26

Week 2: July 13-17

Week 3: July 27-31

Week 4: August 10-14

Monday to Friday: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

$395 per week

$50 discount for multiple weeks / $30 discount for multiple children from the same family / Checks payable to Flying Horse Farm

Download the Registration Form – Flying Horse Farm Summer Camp registration 2019

Spots are limited so that we can keep group sizes small and ensure every child receives individualized attention. Please contact Becca Diesinger today to reserve a spot for your child. Becca can be reached at 215-816-4680 or

In addition, every child will need to bring/wear:

  • Paddock boots or hard soled boots with a heel
  • Pants: Preferably riding breeches or leggings/jeans
  • Packed lunch with extra drinks and snacks for all day
  • Bathing suit and towel
  • Approved helmet is not mandatory, we have extras, but bring your own if you have one



*CPR certified instructor and certified lifeguard


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