Summer English Riding Camp

2015 Eventing Summer Camp

The University of Findlay’s 2015 Eventing Camp is a skill-based instructional camp for the serious equestrian.

Students will ride two times per day and receive interactive lectures.


Students will also learn about:

·      Designing cross country and show jumping courses

·      Dressage

·      Stadium jumping

·      Cross country schooling

·      Stable management

·      Individual and group instruction

This is a great opportunity to become familiar with the English Equestrian Facility and The University of Findlay. The school is committed to furthering the education of 3 Day Eventers across the nation. Sue King has trained and competed throughout the United States through the one star level. 

Take a virtual tour of our English facility

1000561_607157845982120_1756458333_n.jpgThe cost of the camp is $675 (if you bring your own horse). 

A $200 non-refundable deposit is required with your application.

Students will be staying on The University of Findlay campus in traditional-style dorm rooms.

You may bring your own horse or use a horse provided by The University of Findlay at an additional cost.

The following are available at an additional charge:

  • Airport pick-up -$65
  • Airport drop-off - $65
  • Leased tack for the week - $55
  • Leased university horse and tack to use during the camp - $155 
    • $75 for the horse and $80 for board

Application Agreement

I herby make application to attend the university of Findlay’s Eventing Camp which will be held at the English Equestrian facility. I agree to accept and abide by such rules as are in effect or as may be adopted during my attendance at this camp.

I understand The University of Findlay reserves the right to accept or reject any application and to expel any student whose conduct is detrimental to the other students according to the staff's judgement

With this application I am submitting a $200 deposit (which I understand is not refundable) to apply toward the payment of my camp tuition fee of $625 and I agree to pay the balance of my tuition fee prior to the commencement of instruction. For the purpose of this instruction I will provide the horse for my use and all required tack, unless leasing a school horse.

In consideration of the acceptance of this application as a student participant in this school I understand and agree that my participation shall be at my own risk and hereby release The University of Findlay, its instructors, agents or employees from any liability for any damages, costs or expenses relating to or as a result of any injuries to myself or property regardless of cause. I further agree to hold harmless and indemnify the said University and it’s employees from any liability or loss that may arise as a result of injuries or damages caused by my actions or course of conduct to any other person or property and also injuries or property whether or not such injuries or damages are inflicted while said horse is under my direct control at the time said injuries or damages occur. I will provide the horse and all required tack for my use. The university leases a limited number of horse for use during these camps.

By submitting your application, you are agreeing to these terms. 

Limited enrollment - sign up today! 

Once we receive your application, a letter will be sent with further details



Bryn Mawr Riding Camp

Girls, ages 8-16 are invited to work with our fine University of Findlay horses at Bryn Mawr Riding Camp. Located in rustic Northeastern Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr Riding Camp offers one, two or three-week sessions.  Beginning through advanced riders will enjoy quality instruction in hunt seat equitation, hunter/jumper and dressage riding.  Campers will still participate in traditional summer camp activities including swimming, tennis, and arts and crafts.


The director of our English equestrian program works with the riding director at Bryn Mawr Riding Camp to select the very best UF horses for campers.  The horses are chosen based on their skill sets, show experience and temperament.  They range from hunt seat veterans and schoolmasters (perfect for beginner riders) to advanced dressage, hunters and jumpers, suitable for teaching upper level riders the intricacies of riding.