WHAT DO WE DO ?
It’s advisable that you contact us to confirm a booking as places do fill very quickly. You may also register your name on the waiting list for the next riding camp should our present riding camp be fully booked. The aim of our camp is to form a foundation that will allow the student to extend his/her current equestrian education and improve his/her social skills. The camp offers a formal lesson in the morning and a park ride in the afternoon, conditions permitting. The remaining time in between the children have lessons in horse management that embraces feeding, veterinary, grooming, tacking, lunging, a visit to the farrier, and general techniques in handling horses correctly and safely. We also do our level best to accommodate each child according to his/her riding ability and general knowledge.
We have extremely high standards when it comes to our staff, horses, equipment and above all else… safety. Centennial Stables staff are experienced and we cordially invite you to visit us to confirm your decision on riding tuition for your child or yourself!
You will not need to purchase anything as we provide approved safety standard helmets and boots that are included in the package. Should you wish to purchase any clothing, helmets, boots or accessories please contact our staff and they will supply you the details of a saddler near you.
Please ensure payment is made to confirm your child’s placement as we are unable to register without payment due to the popularity of our riding camps and high demand for placements within. Payment can be made by cash or credit card – and if more convenient, we can take your credit card details over the phone to confirm your child’s placement.
WHAT DO WE EAT?
A morning and afternoon tea is provided, with a light snack or fruit.
CHECKLIST – I need to….
- Bring lunch (we have a fridge / kettle and microwave if needed for meal preparation)
- Wear long pants, shirt with sleeves. Bring any clothing for a hot or cold day, and sunscreen. Please do not hesitate to contact us anytime to discuss any personal needs or requirements for yourself or your child