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    01-24-2011, 09:56 PM
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Foal
Eventing Summer Camp helpHi i'm looking for an eventing horse camp for this summer. i

Hi i'm looking for an eventing horse camp for this summer.
I'd like it to be...

1-2 weeks
Have school horses to use(i don't own my own)
If it is more 3 hours from washington DC than the camp needs to be able to pick me up from the airport
It can be international
Less than $2000
Have an eventing program or at least a good cross country course

Thanks
     
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    01-24-2011, 10:03 PM
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Yearling
http://www.foxfield.com/camp/camp/fo...mmer-camp.html

You might like this, however it is in California. I've no idea if they can pick up from the airport, you'd have to call and ask.

Otherwise it pretty much seems to fit what you're looking for. However applications need to be in by the end of January.
     
    01-26-2011, 11:13 PM
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Foal
Idk what Area you are or your age, but Area III's young rider program is THE BEST. I believe it is 800 or something per horse, but I can't tell you how helpful it is. It is taught by Olympians and/or CIC**** riders. This year we had Leslie Law (Gold Medalist), Kyle Carter, Hilda Donahue, and Tiffani Louden. But it includes 4 days of intense work. Day one is dressage am, show jump pm, same the 2nd day, Xc school the 3rd, and a derby the last day. Though its called "young rider" camp adults are allowed to join the clinics. They teach BN through Prelim, but I think also it is tryouts for NAJYRC so maybe they teach the one and two stars.. idk. But if you are in washington I believe its Area II which probably also has a similar program. But I am a huge fan of AreaIII's camp. It has made a huge difference in my riding not to mention it is loads of fun. Usually you bring your own horse, but you could lease a horse for the weekend or borrow one. If you are interested http://usea3.org/news
     

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