Hard Hats and Horse Sense: 7/17 - 7/22 (Entering 6th-8th Grade)
Spend time each day at the stables learning the basics of horseback riding and horse care, including bridling and saddling a horse. You’ll learn to care for your horse, about horse safety, the basics of trotting, and will enjoy a trail ride to practice all. There is also time for other fun traditional camp activities like campfires, cookouts, low ropes course, and making friends. Includes $60 fee for horse programming. (Level 1 & 2 Horse Program)
Level 1: For first time campers or girls who have completed Horse Lover. Focus on horse first aid, controlling a horse at a trot around obstacles.
Level 2: For campers who have completed Hard Hats and Horse Sense a previous summer. Focus on tack care and cleaning, working towards controlling a horse at a canter.
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PHYSICAL EXAM FORMS FOR 2017: Adventure Trek, Backpacker, Carin Chasers, C.I.T., Junior Survivor, Kickin’ It Camp Style, R3, Range Riders, Take the Reins, and W.I.T. are the only programs requiring a Physical Exam form this summer. The Physical Examination Form can be found at www.gsutah.org under the Forms section.
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CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS: The $50 deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable to other girls or other camp programs for the same girl. The remainder of the camp fee ($50 deposit excluded) will be refunded if (1) GSU receives a written notification of the cancellation at least five weeks prior to camp program, (2) camper leaves camp program due to illness or injury and GSU receives a written request for a refund within two weeks after camper returns home, (3) refund will be pro-rated on per diem basis, (4) camper cannot attend camp program because she becomes ill or injured and GSU receives a written request for a refund, with a physician’s note, within one week after scheduled camp program, or (5) GSU cancels the camp program and alternative programs were offered, but you choose to not select an alternative program. No refunds if a girl returns home due to homesickness, misconduct, parent/guardian request, and/or any other circumstance.
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