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    Help! Our planned summer camp just cancelled and now I need to find another for my junior rider! She is devastated that her camp was cancelled and she might *gasp* have to spend an extra week of her precious with her sisters!

    Looking for a 1 week eventing focused camp IN TEXAS (or rather reasonable distance from DFW) suitable for an ambitious 12yo Novice level rider and her equally ambitious pony.

    Please help, I'm begging!
    Aelfleah Farm, Scurry, Texas
    BLUE STAR Arabians and
    Arabian-influenced Sportponies
    www.aelfleahfarm.com



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    Does Curragh have anything? I can't think of any other event place around us geared toward that age rider.
    "Everyone will start to cheer, when you put on your sailin shoes"-Lowell George



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    Good idea. I just shot off an email to them.

    I think the Dutton Academy camp is just a bit out of budget, what with shipping to PA and all!
    Aelfleah Farm, Scurry, Texas
    BLUE STAR Arabians and
    Arabian-influenced Sportponies
    www.aelfleahfarm.com



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    Rocking M has camp, but not eventing specific

    and http://www.beckybrownhorsemanship.com/

    No personal knowledge, but big list here: http://www.charlottes-saddlery.com/camps.htm
    OTTBs rule, but spots are good too!



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    Becky's camp is a day camp though, and I won't have a way to get there kid there and back every day - it's an hour drive each way. We did that a couple of years ago, and it was a nightmare coordinating the driving.

    Thanks for the link, I'l check it out!
    Aelfleah Farm, Scurry, Texas
    BLUE STAR Arabians and
    Arabian-influenced Sportponies
    www.aelfleahfarm.com



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    A great camp on the FL panhandle... week long and with some phenomenal trainers!
    http://web.me.com/dreamacres/Dream_A...rian/Camp.html
    Keep your feet on the ground, but always look to the stars!



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    Default Is Wichita too far?

    "Area IV will be holding its annual Adult Rider Camp at Briar Fox Farm in Augusta, KS, June 20th - 24th. This is open to ARs & YRs from both Area IV & Area V. An additional day has been added at no extra cost so campers can be shown how to put it all together with course walks and then stay over & do a schooling HT. Details & application forms will be posted on the Area IV website."

    There were several young Riders from both Area IV & Area V there last year. They have an "r" judge giving dressage tuition & a Level 2 ICP Instructor for XC & stadium. Cost is, I believe, $250 for the week plus accommodation of course.
    Brock
    Brock n. (Anglo-Saxon) badger as in Brockenhurst, Brocklebank etc www.area35.us



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