Summer Camps

Campers will learn what it is like to own a horse as they do daily activities to learn how to care for their assigned horse for a week. Each day will involve riding, horsemanship skills, crafts and games.


What Do Campers Do?

Students will groom and tack their own horse with the help of their volunteers and may have the chance to play special rodeo games, trail rides, or maneuvering an obstacle courses in the riding arena. Riders will also have a snack time and will get to participate in making special horsey crafts. New this year is a groundwork component where students will get the opportunity to bond with their horse from the ground while helping them navigate through a series of obstacles.

How Long is the Camp?

Camp will run from 9am – 12:30pm. Riders may sign up for as many days as they’d like in the session.

Who is Eligible?

Students who are currently registered with TRI and have current Physicians forms are eligible for camp. Any camper requiring toileting assistant must have a parent/guardian/aide present.

For more information please contact TRI’s Program Director, Kathy Corbett, at or 937-317-4545.