Our Camp Format
The University of Findlay’s Eventing Camp is a skills-based instructional experience for the serious equestrian.
Students ride two times per day and receive interactive lectures.
Students also learn about:
Students are divided into two groups based on their riding level:
This is an incredible opportunity to become familiar with the English Equestrian Facility and The University of Findlay. The school is committed to furthering the education of Three Day Eventers across the nation. Sue King has trained and competed throughout the United States through the one-star level.
Tuition and fees
Fees include room, board, two lessons per day, stall, bedding, hay/grain and transport to and from campus.
More Riding Camp Opportunities
Hancock Park Horseback Riding Program
The Hancock Park District is hosting a hands-on Horseback Riding Program for beginners to be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child, Jr. Equestrian Complex. Instructional content will cover basic horse care, education, and safety (activities, cleaning the stall, feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming), basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping), bathing the horse, cleaning the saddle, and an advanced riding demonstration at which time other styles of riding will be covered.