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Biggins Stables Offers Summer Camp



Biggins Stables, located in Simpsonville, Ky., will be hosting its annual summer riding camp in June. The camp is designed for kids 18 years of age and under. Beginners through advanced are more than welcome. The dates are June 21-26, 2010. There is an option for day or overnight camp and a non-refundable $100 deposit required upon registration.

Besides the intensive riding instruction of Biggins Summer Camp, the camp is a great atmosphere for learning and having fun. The camp features all meals, lodging, swimming, trail riding, bareback riding, educational activities including a field trip, crafts, a daily one-hour lesson, workouts, lunge lessons, the care of one horse, a grooming contest and a fun show. Educational activities also include a session with a farrier and veterinarian, harnessing and driving horses, tail-sets, tail braiding, parts of the horses, equipment, tack cleaning and a speaker on judging.

Evening activities for overnight campers include a trail ride, barbecue with a special quest speaker and junior judging at the Shelby County Fair Horse Show, where kids can see a real horse show and place the horses as best they can. Friday they will have a big barbecue and swimming. Parents and families are invited for awards night.

Come join them in June for a fun experience and an opportunity to learn new training and riding techniques or just to polish up your show skills. Please call 502-722-5068 for more information.

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