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About Upcoming Events

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​FPRL field trips are open to our walk/trot/canter students. ​We look forward to helping our new students gain skill set to join us on these fun outings and grow in their experience and horsemanship.

We have lots of fun activities planned for our clients this year. If there is something you would like to see included, please let us know. We will send out monthly emails with details about off-campus enrichment activities and shows.

Please follow the link below to see our calendar, which includes horse show, barn chore, and barn party dates:

FPRL EVENTS CALENDAR

Click this link for a list of UPCOMING SHOWS.

*Barn chore days are open to all students. At the moment, barn chore days are from 9-12pm at no cost to riders. However, we do ask that you bring a $20 donation on these days to help replenish the supplies that our students use for bathing horses and tack cleaning.  Most students come and hang out with our “barn family” and help out! Some of our group lessons may be cancelled on these days.

*Shows are open to all levels of riders. Limited horses/spots are available each month, so please let us know if you or your child would like to participate. Horse shows always take place on Sunday.

*Enrichment activities are open to our WTC (walk/trot/canter) or lease students. We look forward to helping your WT student get to WTC so that they may participate in the future. Students should expect hauling and facility rental fees in addition to lesson fees for field trips. Field trips are almost always scheduled for the first Sunday of the month.

*Day camps are open to all ages and levels. Day camps focus on horsemanship, grooming, and crafts. Day camp is held Mon-Fri and is for ages 5+.

*Sleep-away camp is available to those aged 8+ and WTC level and above. Sleep-away camp is held at Mimosa Ranch in Bellville, TX. Camp focuses on horsemanship and horsekeeping. Campers are required to care for their own horse and are encouraged to ride twice daily. Due to the nature of Texas summers, we typically swim and craft during midday hours.

Please see the Camp tab in the menu above for more information regarding our summer camps.

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