summer camps at Sterling equestrian center
Our camps provide a fun way to experience the discipline of English riding and the basics of horse care. If your
young rider is passionate about the equestrian sport, let us guide you and your young athlete toward college
scholarships as well as careers in the equestrian field.
Our camps are held at Sterling Equestrian Center's facility in Marietta from 8:30am - 2:00pm.
Extended care is not available
Required Equipment for ALL Campers:
Jodhpurs or long pants
Suitable shoes with a heel
Plenty of water
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All other equipment will be provided.
*While it is preferred for a camper to have their own ASTM/SEI certified riding helmet, we own a selection of helmets that campers can use for the duration of their camp.
Summer Camp Registration is Closed
Pre-Amoeba / Beginner Camp:
The beginner camps are designed for children ages 6-10, and include games, crafts, pony time, and daily instruction. Camps wrap up on Friday with a "show" on campus to exhibit all that was learned during the week.
Pre-Amoeba / Beginner Camp Cost:
Amoeba / Intermediate Camp:
The Intermediate Camp is designed for for campers who have come to at least one other Sterling summer camp in the past, campers who have previous riding experience, older campers (10 and older), and Sterling riders who have not been to a show and would like to or they have been to a few shows, but aren't quite ready for a bigger venue. This camp includes a show on Saturday at North Atlanta Equestrian Center. This camp will give your rider the true experience of what 3-Phase Eventing is.
Amoeba / Intermediate Camp Cost:
(cost includes end of camp show)
Appropriate Attire for Show(not required):
Dressage & Stadium Jumping: Jodhpurs with zip-up black paddocks boots and garters. Breeches if you are wearing tall boots. Black leather belt. Hair nets and a Velvet helmet. White polo shirt with Sterling logo and black gloves.
Cross Country: "Colors" are optional however you may choose a color scheme and apply it to your helmet cover, saddle pad, collared shirt, bell boots and splint boots. Cross-country vests are required and can be borrowed from the SEC school. All other equipment will be provided.