Waubonsie Horse Camp Scheduled for June 5

We welcome campers of all skill levels.  Beginners will gain experience, while advanced participants will gain confidence through activities designed to sharpen riding skills and horse knowledge.
Waubonsie Horse Camp provides a safe and fun environment for campers to develop their Head, Heart, Hands and Health.  Through fourfold development, campers learn life skills, build self-esteem, develop respect and appreciation for others, learn to work in a cooperative manner, and foster healthy habits.
Campers can choose the Riding Tract, or the Horseless Horse Tract.  In the Riding Tract, campers will develop riding and showmanship skills through in-the-saddle clinics.  In the Horseless Horse Tract, campers will focus on horse knowledge.  Regardless of the tract chosen, all campers will learn about a variety of equine topics and enjoy traditional camp favorites like good grub, recreation, and team-building activities!
Saturday, June 5, 2021
Check in at 8 AM.  Check out at 5 PM. 
Home base will be the Fremont County Fairgrounds in Sidney, Iowa.  Riding clinics will be held in the Rodeo Arena.  Stalls will not be provided.  Families are asked to leave their trailer for shelter and tie-outs. 
The cost is $20 per camper.  Lunch is included for campers, and can be pre-ordered for spectators for $8 each.  Commemorative t-shirts can also be ordered with registration, or the day of camp for $20.  Shirts will be mailed after camp to the address provided at no extra cost.
Campers must be an active Iowa 4-H member and registered at v2.4honline.com.
Send to Fremont County Extension, PO Box 420, Sidney, IA  51652 (make checks payable to Fremont County Extension):

1.   Campers must be actively enrolled at v2.4honline.com.
2.   Campers will not be allowed to leave the premises during camp.
3.   A Coggins test is required for horses coming from out-of-state.
4.   Horses must pass a vet check upon unloading.
5.   Tract 2 campers must provide their own horse.
6.   Tract 2 campers must be able to handle, mount and ride horse.
7.   Trailers should be left on the premises during camp.
8.   Tract 2 campers must bring proper tack as specified in the 4-H Equine handbook.  Tack may remain on the trailer.
9.   Tract 2 campers must wear helmets when mounted.
10.For safety, the arena exit gate will be closed while riding workshops are in progress.
11.Spectators are allowed to observe but are discouraged from interacting with campers while in session.
Call 712-374-2351 or email xfremont@iastate.edu.

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