Camps

3)Thanksgiving Camp:

Our Thanksgiving Camp will follow the same Thanksgiving Holiday schedul horoned by the Denton school school districts.   Our Thanksgiving camp participants engage in a variety of activities designed to increase equine knowledge and skills while interacting with others in the camp. We encourage all participants to work with others in a variety of tasks and lessons while building new relationships in many fun and unique experiences.

 2) Summer Weekly Camps:

     Our Summer Weekly camps are the first full week of summer break after school has ended for the school year. The weekly camp days are

     Monday through Thursday from 9:00am to 5:00pm each day. Campers participate in a variety of activities designed to increase participants

     equine knowledge and skills while interacting with other kids in the camp. We encourage all participants to work with others in a variety of

     tasks and lessons while building new relationships in many fun and unique experiences. Summer Camp participants are limited to

     children who are at least 8 years old and no older than 18 years of age .Our weekly camps are conducted Monday through Thursday each

     week from 9:00am to 5:00pm each day. Campers participate in a variety of activities designed to increase their equine knowledge and skills

     while interacting with other kids in the camp. We encourage all participants to work with others in a variety of tasks and lessons while

     building new relationships in many fun and unique experiences. Summer Camp participants are limited to children who are at least 8 years

     old and no older than 18 years of age. For younger children and adults we also provide a variety of riding and learning options. Give us a call

     to talk about your interests.

4) Christmas Camp:

  Our Christmas campers participant engage in a variety of activities designed to increase equine knowledge and skills while interacting with 

  others in the camp. We encourage all participants to work with others in a variety of tasks and lessons while building new relationships in

  many fun and unique experiences.

  • Care & Grooming
  • Safety & Handling
  • Sizes of Horses
  • Parts of Horses
  • Breeds, Strengths and Uses
  • Colors
  • Riding skills and etiquette
  • Various equipment used with horses
  • Gaites and control
  • Barn Care
  • Different activities for horse enthusiasts
  • Local events, clubs, horse shows and rodeo’s. 
At RNR Stables we offer four calendar Camp events each year Spring Break, Summer, Thanksgiving, and, Christmas:

1)Spring Break Camps:
Spring Break camp offers a wonderful opportunity for participants to prepare for summer horse riding activities and events that are
available in the local area. Our Spring camp participants engage in a variety of activities designed to increase equine knowledge and skills
while interacting with others in the camp. We encourage all participants to work with others in a variety of tasks and lessons while
building new relationships in many fun and unique experiences.  


Just imagine... school is out... but, instead of sitting around the house watching TV, walking around the Mall or hanging out at the swimming pool, your parents have signed you up for Summer Camp on Horseback!  You have a chance to learn to ride horses, how to care for them and will be having loads of fun while creating unique memories. There is something special for a child when they are able to form a relationship and level of comfort with a horse.  After all, a horse is a large animal and many children have never been around them except for an occasional pony ride at a Fair or similar event.  Being able to mount one of these amazing creatures, one we believe is as much a gift from God as the child who rides them, is a special moment they will long remember.  We see children get out of their comfort zones and while they are learning about horses and how to ride  they are learning something about themselves too.  They learn to conquer their fears, they learn how practice, persistence and determination can achieve goals. They will discover not only that they are comfortable on horseback, but they are becoming an accomplished equestrian with skills of how to control and direct the movement of the horse. It is a fascinating thing to watch and even more thrilling to experience. Even children who have never been on horseback or are initially afraid of these tall, majestic animals quickly learn to overcome their own fears and form a bond with a favorite horse.  They do this in a safe atmosphere, an encouraging environment with other kids who are experiencing many of the same feelings and are growing in the same ways. It is much more fun than playing on the computer or lying around the house.  It’s a real special experience they will cherish and remember for a lifetime.  Check it out for your child or favorite children. For younger children and adults we also provide a variety of riding and learning options. Give us a call to talk about  your interests. Topics included in our all Camps include: