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Horse Crazy Kids Club

Live, Online Class for Horse-Lovers - Meet Once a Week

  • Duration Varies
  • 18 US dollars
  • Online

Service Description

If you live somewhere remote, are new to horses, or maybe just need more really GOOD friends who also love horses this is the group for you! GREAT FOR KIDS! This group is great for... Kids who want more horse-crazy friends Kids who just LOVE horses and want to spend more hours of their day talking about horses Kids who need inspiration, motivation, or confidence for riding Kids who are at a barn with snooty barn girls Kids who ride in a discipline that is different than everyone else at their barn Kids living in remote areas Kids who need help with a tough pony or horse Kids who want to learn more about riding and training WHY PARENTS APPROVE This group is great for… ​ Parents who want their kids to be able to make positive, horse-loving friends around the world Parents who want their kids to be able to bounce ideas off of a professional other than the trainers available locally Parents who want their kids to be inspired, enthusiastic, and passionate about horses Parents who want their kids to have a supportive network of horse friends Parents who want their kids to be able to ask questions about horse behavior or lameness issues Parents who want their kids to be able to participate more in horse culture, like horse memes, viral videos, and Parents who want their kids to get to to hear about cool progress in the horse industry, like scientific discoveries in horse movement, cognition, or memory Parents who want their kids to know about what resources are available on the internet to learn more Parents who want their kids learn more about horses through play and socialization FAQ's Do I need to own a horse? Nope. We have a mix of students. Some students take weekly horse lessons. Some own horses. Some only get to ride a horse once a year on vacation. How are kids grouped? We try to group kids together based on age and experience. What classroom management do you do? We try to make sure everyone gets a chance to talk and that kids mute when there is background noise. More info can be found on our Parental Guidance page. Example Class Summary 1: Today we started by sharing stories about our favorite horses. Then we looked at the riding schools and camps that some of the students go to. We looked at some GoPro footage to experience what it is like to ride a horse on a cross country course. We also looked at footage from a few other disciplines, including Shetland racing and equestrian vaulting.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

(541) 848-9573

64855 Collins Road, Bend, OR

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