Horses and Neigh-ture in Arvada

Posted 8/1/17

Vaulting is the most exciting part of the day for campers at the Arvada Indoor Equestrian Center’s Horses and Neigh-ture camp. After playing a game of freeze tag in the arena, campers ages 5 to 9 gathered their helmets and waited for their turn to …

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Horses and Neigh-ture in Arvada

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Vaulting is the most exciting part of the day for campers at the Arvada Indoor Equestrian Center’s Horses and Neigh-ture camp. After playing a game of freeze tag in the arena, campers ages 5 to 9 gathered their helmets and waited for their turn to practice tricks. The week-long camp, in its second summer, is a collaboration between the equestrian center and the Majestic View Nature Center.

“It’s a fun interactive way to get kids that are interested in horses and nature involved with the equestrian world,” barn manager Mikia Parker said of the camp.

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