2018 Summer Camps

Does your son or daughter have a passion for horses? Why not let them experience that dream at one of our camp programs. Camps are designed with your child’s riding experience in mind. Children ages 7 and above are welcome to enroll in our camp programs!

These one-week  camps are designed with your students riding ability, interests, and goals in mind. The program is based on the students enrolled in each camp so that specific skills can be taught or mastered. If you have any question as to which level your child should register for, please speak with one of our instructors.

Campers will enjoy approximately 2 hours of daily instructed riding. They will also learn elements of several riding disciplines and the responsibilities of horse ownership by participating in:

  • Daily horse care
  • Feeding
  • Grooming
  • Grazing
  • Equine First Aid

Campers will also participate in:

  • Fun mounted games
  • Crafts
  • Team-building games
  • Fellowship
  • Summer Camp Horse Show including Ribbons!
    (Families are encouraged to stay for the Friday Show!)

Vacation Bible School

Does your son or daughter have an interest in horses? Looking for a way to introduce them to the Bible? Why not let them experience that dream at our Summer Vacation Bible School program at Heavenly Horses? 

They will participate in:

  • Crafts
  • Daily Bible stories
  • Team-building games
  • Worship
  • Prayer

All while making new friends and having fun!

What to Wear?

Shorts and tennis shoes are okay, no jeans or boots required. Close toe shoes only (no sandals!)

Dates: June 25-28, Mon-Thur, 4 days only

Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm.

Ages: 7 years old through 5th grade

Cost: $40


Beginner Camp/ Intermediate Camp

This camp is a great way to introduce your child to horsemanship for the first time and prepare them for our schooling program. This camp is is geared to those who students who have never ridden and/or current HH students who are not cantering independently.

The camp will be split into two groups, one for the Intermediate Student and one for the Beginner Student.

Dates: Monday July 23rd-Friday July 27th

Time: 8:00-4:00

Cost: $350.00 


    Intermediate & Advanced Camps

    Intermediate and Advanced Camps are designed for students with more experience. Placement is determined by Heavenly Horses staff and will be grouped by strengths/skills. Camp plans will be based on the students enrolled and will cater whenever possible to their specific needs and requests.

    Intermediate Camp: July 16-20, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. $350

    Intermediate is for any student that is currently Cantering.

    Advanced Camp: June 18-22, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Cost: $425

    Any student that is in a Jumping or Pre-Jumping Class may attend. 

    Sign Up for Summer Camp

    All campers and VBS students MUST have:

    • a signed Heavenly Horses Waiver PDF – download and print (for new riders only)
    • a signed Team Hall Waiver PDF – download and print (for new riders only)
    • Camp Form PDF – download and print for all campers
    • Payment (Paypal, Personal Check, Money Order or Cash)
    • Place deposit of 1/2 of camp fee by 4/30/2018 to reserve your spot with Final Payment due 6/1/2018. Must pay full fee if registering after 4/30/2018.   Spots cannot be held without payment. Hurry! Spaces fill fast! All campers must be at least 7 years old by the first day of camp. No refunds. 

    Please send forms and payment to:

    Sharon Casares
    22272 W. Calvin Dr.
    Antioch, IL 60002

    or Bring it to the barn!

    Paypal for Summer Camp

    You may also pay for camp using paypal. A nominal processing fee is added for this method of payment.

    Summer Camp Options

    What to Bring to Camp:

    Full Day Camp Only

    • 2 Water Bottles
    • Snack
    • Lunch (refrigerators available)
    • Helmet (If you have one. Several sizes of schooling helmets are available for use)
    • Appropriate clothing and change of clothes (based on outdoor conditions)
    • Sun Block 
    • Bug Spray 

    Please wear:

    • Jeans and layers including gloves
    • Boots (hiking, cowboy, or riding boots are acceptable)
    • Several sizes of schooling helmets are available for use, but bring your own if you have it.
    • Come Dressed to Ride!!!