2017 CAMP
Itinerary-
Sunny Time Stables
3952 SW 42nd Ave.,  Palm City, FL
772-621-0067
A beautiful facility with a full size arena, and many trails to enjoy.
All visitors are welcome! Parents are welcome to visit during the camp, or stay until their child is comfortable.

Beginner to advanced riding lessons available to students looking to learn dressage and hunt seat, English
equitation riding, and western pleasure. Lessons are kept fun and interesting. We focus on safety first. Our horses
and ponies are specially trained to provide you with a well mannered horse, so you can enjoy your lesson .  

Sunny Times Stables is a safe and affordable riding academy.
We have ponies and horses  suitable for any age or ability.
The riding instructor has been teaching since 1980, and has an equine studies college degree,
also is a USTA trainer. References available upon request.

CAMP-

5/29/17-6/2/17 ,6/5/17-6/9/17 ,
6/12/17-6/16/17,
6/19/17-6/23/17 ,6/26/17-6/30/17
7/3/17-7/7/17 ,7/10/17-7/14/17 ,
7/17/17-7/21/17 ,
7/24/17-7/27/17 ,7/31/17-8/4/17

Sunny Time Stables will be open  full days
Morning session- (9 am - 1:00 pm) $200.00
with additional siblings or weeks @ $175.00 a week!
with early drop off- 8:00am an additional $25.00 a week.
and extended days (9 - 4:30 pm)- $300.00 ( $250.00 multiple weeks or siblings!)

Children will be grouped according to experience.
Trail rides will be possible for the more advanced campers.  
Camper/counselor ratio is kept lower than 1 to 3 for safety.
Students can expect lots of fun games and time riding and enjoying our horses and ponies.
Students will be taught the basics in horsemanship including- safety, care, grooming saddling, leading,
health care, show prep, and lots of riding (each student rides every day for at least an hour or more)!
As students progress, they will have ample opportunity to advance their riding skills.

Basic Itinerary- (subject to changes based on the weather)

We have plenty to do even when it rains!
Although we are happy any day your child is visiting with us,
we want to you to be aware that each day builds upon the next,
and they all fit together as a unit - so your children are learning a whole set of skills,
We highly recommend a full week- at least once each year. Also whatever skill level your child
is on they will get to ride at that level and progress each week they are with us.
We also have advanced camps (jumping, cantering, training) usually at the start of the summer
season and periodically through the summer.

We find some students are not really beginners and not really very experienced- We would like you
to know that they will be taught at the level they are on and encouraged to progress. So if they are trotting,
they will be encouraged to trot better (learn posting/2-point/half seat) and progress to the next skill. The
same with cantering. So if they went to camp all summer long they would be continuing each week at
becoming a better rider.

Camp is not only for begineers, nor only the experienced- all levels of riding are taught here!

Monday – Learning the ropes- safety and -halters, leads, grooming and- of course! Lots of Riding!!!
9:000 am- Drop off campers
9:00 am - - feed the horses clean a stall
9:00 am-To the meeting room for some learning about the horses!
9:30 am- Out to groom the horses, and saddle the horses.
10: am – Time to ride!
11:30 am- Clean up time- back to the stables to put away equipment and wash your horse.
12:30 pm -
Parents pick up time for early session campers
12:30 - Lunch Time - Campers are expected  to bring their own lunch, except on Tuesdays (pizza day, cost is $5 each
1:00- 2:00 - crafts,  & games!
2:00-4:00 pm back to the horses- afternoon ride, & feed time
4:30 pm -parents pick up time

Tuesday- A great day to ride!
9:00 am- Campers arrive
Horses are fed, stalls are cleaned.
9:00am some more learning about those horses!!!
9:30 am- out to saddle/ groom
10 am -time to ride!
11:30- Give the horses a BATH!
12:30- Parents pick up time for early session /Lunch
1:00-2pm- games and crafts
2-4pm- back to playing with the horses!
4:30 pm- parents  pick-up time

Wednesday- Treasure Hunt day!!!
9 am- Campers arrive
Horses are fed, stalls are cleaned.
9:00am some more learning about those horses!!!
9:30 am- out to saddle/ groom
10 am -time to ride!
11:30- Give the horses a BATH!
12:30- Parents pick up for early session/ Lunch Break
1:00-2:00 pm- games and crafts
2-4pm- back to playing with the horses!
4:30 pm- parents pick-up time

Thursday- Maybe a trail ride and/or prepare for horse show.
9:00 am- drop off campers
9:00 am feed the horses and clean a stall
9:30 am- groom the horses and prepare to ride!
10 am – Out to the arena t
o play games on horseback
11:30 am- clean up time.
12:30- Lunch Time/ time to pick up early session campers.
1:00 pm - 2:00 games and crafts
2:00 - back to the horses- and some more riding!
4 pm- feed the horses and clean up
4:30 pm- parents extended hours pick up time

Friday – Showing off what we learned- A HORSE SHOW!!!
9:00 am- drop off campers
9:00 am feed the horses and clean a stall
9:30 am- groom the horses and prepare to ride!
10 am – Out to the arena for a horse show- parents invited!!!
11:30 am- clean up time.
12:30 - lunch break/ early session pick up
1:00 -2:00 pm - games and crafts
2:00 - back to the horses!
4 pm- feed the horses and clean up
4:30 pm- parents pick up time
See ya'all next week!
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You have to put in the amount
in the quantity section, than
click update. Deposit $100. or
pay in full $
200. per camper
for the 9-1pm week. Or apy
$300 for the 9-4:30 week
Or
$50.00 per day.
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and student information so I
can send you a receipt and
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Also I need your camp forms
and release forms -please email
these, or you can fill those
forms out when you arrive.