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Pony Pals


If your camper has attended several camps in the past, or attends weekly riding lessons, Pony Pals is the next step in their equestrian training. Pony Pals is for children who are independent in their riding. 

Pony Pals will spend their camp day taking riding lessons, playing games on ponies, trail riding, grooming and saddling.   


Pony Pals Camp will be heavily staffed with our kid-friendly trainers, however, we will expect the child to be ready to ride on their own at the walk, and only need minimal assistance with trotting. 

The camp is still geared toward the younger crowd. This camp is a great place for our veteran Parent and Child campers and riding lesson students.

Dress Code:

Jeans or riding Breeches.

Cowboy boots, English riding boots, or approved boots with a drop down heel. Absolutely no tennis shoes, or lug soled shoes/boots. 

Dress in layers, camp is outdoors.

No tank tops. 

We strongly recommend purchasing your own certified riding helmet. We do have loaners available if needed. No bike or ski helmets are permitted. 

We at Lang’s Horse & Pony Farm are committed to providing a safe, educational, and welcoming environment for all our campers, patrons, volunteers, and staff. As a family run business, we are limited in the range of special needs we are able to properly accommodate; including but not limited to behavior management and certain health conditions. 

If your child requires special assistance for educational, behavioral or medical needs at school or other programs you will need to contact our office directly before enrolling in one of our camps to ensure that placement is feasible. Please read the attached information. For further details click here. 

Price:  $400 for 5 days of camp. 

Age: Boys and Girls, ages 6 to 9 years old

Riding skill level: Must have attended pony camp or riding lessons. Must be able to walk and trot without a helper.

Camp check-in: Check in 15 minutes before camp on Monday

Graduation:  The last hour of camp on the last day is their "Graduation and Horse Show." They will dress up the ponies and show off their riding skills. Families are encouraged to come watch them ride and take pictures. 

What to Bring: Send your camper with a snack, water bottle, a change of clothes, and sliced apples. Be sure to send a raincoat if rain is in the forecast.


2023 Dates: 

July 24 - 28            AM Session     9:30 - 12:30

July 24 - 28            PM Session      1:00 - 4:00

Aug 7 - 11              AM Session       9:30 - 12:30 

Aug 7 - 11              PM Session        1:00 - 4:00 

Aug 21 - 25              AM Session       9:30 - 12:30 

Aug 21 - 25              PM Session        1:00 - 4:00 

How to register for camp.

Use our online registration service, Jumbula.

A $100 deposit is required to secure a spot in this camp.  Camp deposits are non-refundable.


FULL PAYMENT OF CAMP TUITION IS DUE ONE MONTH PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP.  Those accounts with outstanding balances after the final payment due date (one month prior to the first day of your camp) will be considered a forfeiture, and your spot will be filled from the waitlist. 

A new CAMPER RELEASE OF LIABILITY for the current year is due by Feb. 1st. Our insurance carrier requires us to have the hard copy of the signed release form in our files. 

All rides are booked by phone reservation. Please call 1-2 weeks in advance. 

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