Summer Camp 2023

Camp Dates/Hours/Price:

2023 Dates/ Pricing

**Availability Updated as of May 16th**

May 30-June 2--1 spot left

*Tues-Fri, 9 am-2 pm

Intermediate/Advanced Camp

(need Courtney's approval to sign up)


June 5-9--FULL

Mon- Fri, 9am-2pm


June 12-16--  FULL

9am- 2pm, M-F


July 5-7 (*Wed-Fri)--2 spots left



July 10-14-- 1 spot left

9am-2pm, M-F


July 17-21--3 spots left

9 am-2 pm, M-F

Intermediate/advanced Camp

(need Courtney's approval to sign up)


Fill out the enrollment form and the liability release form and mail or email it with your payment to sign up! Call or email with any questions. You may pay with cash, check, PayPal or Zelle. Just indicate how you are paying if it's not included with your form and if paying via PayPal, please use the friends option to avoid fees.


                                                       Courtney: 770-401-7754 or [email protected]

***Sign Up by March 1st for only $400/week**

After March 1st, $425/week.

***Discount for signing up for multiple weeks*** 

After March 1st, cost is $425 per week or $410 per week if you sign-up with a friend/sibling or multiple weeks. Most weeks will have 12 kids total. Kids ages 5-14 are welcome! All camps are Mon.-Fri. 9:00am-2:00pm. Extended care is NOT available. Fill out the camp enrollment form and include the full payment to hold your child’s spot.

  Most of the riding lessons are in the ring but we do go out for a trail ride through the back of the property on Fridays. All riding lessons are taught by USHJA Certified Trainer Courtney Broka and all beginner riders will have a camp counselor assisting them with each horse.

Kids bring a lunch and plenty to drink, we have a refrigerator to keep things cold or bring a cooler, long pants to ride in and they may bring shorts to change into.We have extra helmets or bring a properly fitted bicycle helmet, boots or some type of boot with a smooth bottom and a heel.

Each kid gets his/her own brush set to keep as well as a T-shirt, and any arts and crafts they make throughout the week.

The kids ride in the morning so it’s not too hot, then they eat lunch, then horsemanship and/ or arts/ crafts activities. (Horsemanship examples include—Bathing horses, braiding, clipping, wrapping legs, learning about general care, etc. Arts/ Crafts include—making horse treats, horse shoe picture frames, horse magnets, etc.) The arts/crafts are inside the barn so the kids can cool off if it’s really hot outside.

Check out the Lesson Info page to see pictures of our wonderful lesson horses!

The farm is located about a mile and a half from Birmingham Crossroads, about seven miles from the Crabapple Kroger and Windward Pkwy.

The farm is really beautiful: 26 acres, large riding ring with jumps, fields to ride in, access to trails, large 20-stall barn with an air-conditioned office, bathroom, tack rooms, feed room and wash racks.

 If you would like more info. or would like to sign-up. Feel free to call with any questions or stop by the farm to watch a lesson or check out the facility.