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TENTATIVE 2021 DATE July 30th - August 1st

Located outside Camrose, AB.

Want a fun weekend getaway with other horse crazy ladies? Want to learn new skills, or perhaps about a different discipline? 
Well, here's a weekend for you! No Horse? No problem! We have horses available for use at no extra cost. 
Friday (1PM)  - Sunday (Approx. 4PM) camp for fellow horse crazy ladies 18+. Camp fires, DELICIOUS food and great clinicians - Check them out below! Camp out in your trailer or make yourself comfy in our Cabin (Be sure to bring a TWIN/SINGLE sized air mattress) AT OUR
2021 DATES, WE MAY REQUIRE YOU TO SUPPLY YOUR OWN ACCOMADATIONS TO FOLLOW SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES. Please also take note that the cabin is small and has bunk beds - learn more about it HERE. Camping is included in your fees. There are NO hook ups, but quiet generators are welcome. Horse accommodations: Reserve a stall *limited space available - working on upgrading this during winter/spring 2020*, use the group turn out pen, bring panels, or use your trailer. You are responsible for bringing hay/feed, bucket for water, tack, etc. for your horse. This weekend is geared towards those who are looking for a weekend away from everyday life and need one full of horses and other horse crazy gals. On this laid back yet educational weekend, Make new friends, learn new things, brush up on skills, relax and have a good time. Guest Demos!

Please feel free to BYOB! But please be responsible. :) 
DELICIOUS Meals included. 
$450.00 GST
It is going to be a blast, so please hurry and get your registrations in to hold your spot! Please select "REGISTER" on the "HORSE CAMPS" drop down menu. a 50% deposit is required to hold your spot in camp.

**Campers must register at least 2 weeks prior to camp date or late fees will apply given there is still space for you to attend. 
If the weather gets so bad that we cannot continue with camp, or have to cancel beforehand -  the date will be rescheduled and each camper will receive a coupon to return to camp for free or at a discounted rate depending on how far into the camp it was cancelled. The coupon is good for life - and can be used towards ANY of our events. Sorry, we do not offer refunds. Every registration secures your spot (we turn down others to hold your spot should we be full), it also goes towards paying for insurance, clinicians, food, staff, etc.  We apologize for any Inconvenience this may cause, but no refunds are our policy. Thanks.** 

Tentative Schedule:


1:00 PM: Camp participants are welcome to start showing up and settle in.

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM: Fundamentals of proper saddle fit.

6:00 PM: Supper

8:00 PM: Campfire


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Breakfast

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Introduction to Western Dressage Part 1: 

As a group, you will be introduced to the different elements required

to ride a basic level western dressage test and exercises to achieve them.

This will help you build a solid foundation in you and your horse in order to advance through the dressage levels.

12:30 - 1:30 PM: Lunch

2:00 PM - ?: Introduction to Western Dressage Part 2:

Tamara will demonstrate a higher level dressage test as well as a musical freestyle

Afterwards, each person will have a chance to ride a dressage test, call a dressage test,

& sit with the judge to see what it's like to judge a dressage test.

6:00 PM: Supper

8:00 PM: Campfire


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Breakfast

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM: Trail Ride & Open Arena

12:00 PM: Lunch

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM : TO BE ANNOUNCED

** Please be sure to clean your stall before you leave, thank you and we hope to see you gain next year! **

More about our Clinicians below!

If you need any information or have questions - please message us.



Terri-Lynn Rose of Wild Rose Equine: I am a graduate of the British Columbia College of Equine Therapy (BCCET) diploma program. Helping your horse feel it’s best and achieving balance is my ultimate goal. I am also a member of the team at Delaney Vet Services as both an equine sports therapist and as a vet assistant.
Modalities I currently offer are saddle fitting, applied kinesiology, massage, structural alignment, kinesiotaping, myofascial release, acupressure, and nutritional consulting.
Poor saddle fit is a huge factor in poor biomechanics. Fixing the saddle fit will help your horse stay balanced and be able to use themselves optimally, as well as stay comfortable and sound. I look forward to helping to teach the fundamentals of proper saddle fit to help with your equine journey!


Western Dressage with Tamara Turgeon of Rafter Diamond K Livestock

A little about Tamara:

I started riding at the age of eight, and as long as I’ve been riding horses, I have been showing them. Unable to settle on a specific discipline because I like them all, I have experience in competing in many different disciplines at many levels. I have also been involved in the Alberta 4H program as a member & a leader. I was an active coach for our 4H club, Rafter Ruff Ryderz Hoof & Woof, for 17 years, and have enjoyed watching kids grow up in the program and learn about horsemanship. Rafter Diamond K Livestock focuses on the vaquero style foundational horsemanship and have found that as long as you have a good foundation on your horse that you can take them in any direction and be successful. My many accomplishments in the industry have proven that putting horsemanship first will set you up for success, and I am known in the show ring as someone who is unwilling to compromise her horsemanship for a ribbon. A few years ago, I stumbled onto the fast-growing sport of Western Dressage and have dove right into this discipline. The movements and requirements of the sport are very closely in line with my beliefs of the progression of a horses training. I really enjoy introducing new people to this wonderful discipline.