LIFE LESSONS AT TEEN RANCH HORSE CAMP Working with horses is more than just a hobby. It’s an invaluable activity that builds character by teaching good work ethic, responsibility, respect, and determination. There are life lessons learned at the barn that nothing else can replace. WORK ETHIC At Teen Ranch, we strongly believe in the importance of working with young people to help build future leaders. Riding horses is fun! But it’s also hard work and teaches responsibility. Many aspects go into becoming a good horseman and having the responsibility of caring for a horse teaches skills that set kids up for success later in life.
the purpose God gave them to assist us in life and accept training from us. Having respect for these animals and the people around us is a life lesson that is so important to learn. DETERMINATION In today’s society, immediate gratification is a way of life. Fortunately, we can use horse riding to learn that building new skills and a relationship with your horse can sometimes take time and patience. Any rider knows that the first time you try something, it’s not always a success. But through hard work and determination, all things are possible!
Teen Ranch offers summer week-long RESPECT Being at Teen Ranch in a residential and day camps in English camp environment also teaches social & Western Horsemanship. Advanced skills and respect for those around riders can take advantage of our you. Sharing a room, working together Intensive Equestrian Program for in camp games and encouraging each competitive level H/J riders or our other in a lesson situation will not only Rodeo Camp to try something new and create memories that will last a lifetime, exciting. Register before February 19, it will teach respect and social skills to 2018 and receive 10% off your first week. help later in life. Respecting the horse We hope to see you this summer! is also essential. Although they have the size and power to hurt us, they accept TEENRANCH.COM 519-941-4501 16 | EQUESTRIAN ONTARIO DEC ‘17