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ALL ABOUT HORSE CAMP

WHEN IS CAMP?

Weekly sessions are offered spring, summer, fall and winter. One day camp is available on most school holidays. Please check our camp schedule for dates.

WHAT TIME IS CAMP?

Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

WHAT TIME IS EXTENDED CARE?

Before Care 8:00 a.m. to  9:00 a.m 

After Care 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

TES is located approxiametly ONE MILE from the entrance to the Los Angeles Equestrian Center at 480 W. Riverside Dr., Burbank, CA 91506.

ENTER THE MAIN GATE AT 480 W. RIVERSIDE DR.

DRIVE ABOUT HALF A MILE UNTIL YOU REACH A T INTERSECTION

TURN RIGHT

GO ONE LONG BLOCK ON THE PAVED ROAD

YOU WILL PASS C BARN ON YOUR RIGHT

TURN LEFT INTO THE DIRT PARKING LOT

THE TES OFFICE WILL BE ON YOUR RIGHT

 

HOW DO CAMPERS SPEND THEIR DAY?

Mornings are a blast at TES Horse Camp! Campers enjoy three activities: horseback riding, hands on learning about horse care, and a horse themed craft.

The fun continues after lunch! Campers love our group activities such as water play and weekly scavenger hunts. Every afternoon we head to the barn to feed the horses an afternoon snack, then finish our day with crafts. 

CAN CAMPERS RIDE MORE THAN ONCE A DAY?

Absolutely! Sometimes once just isn't enough!

Campers are welcome to take a group lesson with the riding school after camp from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

 

Book early! After camp lessons are limited to four students. Purchase an after camp lesson for a single day or the whole week. (Not available on Mondays).

 

 

WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

-2 Face Masks (campers will be required to wear masks at all times)

-Individual Hand Sanitizer

-Bottled Water

-Sack Lunch

-Sunscreen

-Riding Boots

-Jeans or Breeches

-Tennis Shoes (optional)

-ASTM/SEI certified horseback riding helmet (optional)

-Cash for cold beverages (optional)

WHAT SHOULD CAMPERS WEAR

Campers should wear jeans or breeches. Tight fitting pants are best as loose fabric may chafe.

All campers are required to have their own riding bootsCampers may wear paddock boots or cowboy boots.

No other type of boots are allowed for riding.

     No construction boots

     No steel toed boots

     No rain boots

Tennis shoes (optional) to wear during non-riding activities such as crafts. Riding boots must be worn in the barn and around horses at all times, even when campers are not riding.

All campers must wear a helmet when riding. TES will provide campers with a helmet.  Campers may bring their own approved riding helmet.

 

An approved ASTM/SEI Certified horseback riding helmet.

No other types of helmets are approved for riding. 

Helmets will be loaned to campers who do not bring their own.

Please read our what to bring list for more information.

COVID SAFETY

The safety of our campers and staff is our top priority.

TES has been successfully operating our riding school during the pandemic through implementing several measures to minimize the risk of transmission of Covid-19. We are building on our strong foundation with additional practices for our summer camp.

TES is employing the services of a certified Covid Compliance Officer and registered nurse who is also overseeing Covid compliance for the next "Star Wars" film. We have developed a comprehensive plan to use best practices. 

 

TES will not be offering single days of camp this summer. All campers must enroll for the entire week, as we want to keep campers in a consistent small group of the same people.

Helmets will be disinfected after each use, though we encourage families to purchase their own helmet if possible.

Campers and staff will clean their hands several times per day.

Staff members at TES are periodically tested for Covid-19.

The vast majority of camp will be held outdoors.

 

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