ALL CAMPS through the YEAR
Reddemeade Equestrian
Center
1701 Ednor Road
Silver Spring, Maryland  20905
301-421-4481

Summer Camp...
We offer a great program that will provide your children with a highly enjoyable and
educational summer break. The camp is an excellent way for beginners to get to know
horses because it offers "hands on" experience with grooming and handling sessions as
well as daily riding lessons. For experienced riders, the continuity of daily lessons and the
increased individual attention helps children progress even faster than in weekly riding
lessons.

In addition to our regular summer camp we will also be offering a week of "advanced camp"
intended for riders who have all started cantering and going over poles in lessons.

Check out our
Summer Camp page for more information and dates!

Winter Break Camp...
Open to current students or previous campers age 7-14, Reddemeade's Winter Camp is a
fun way to spend winter break! You can sign up for anywhere from one day to all five, with
the option of half days! .

Stay tuned for 2016 Dates!


Dressage & Eventing Camp
New in 2015, we plan to do this again in the fall! We will be offering a special, more
advanced camp for teens and adults! Choose between Eventing or all Dressage. Enjoy
both mounted and unmounted lessons from outside clinicians as well as our own Senior
Instructors!

Stay tuned for 2017 Dates!

Day Off from School Camp...
What do kids do on Individual days off from School? They should come to the barn! We
offer a one day version of our awesome camp!
Dates from Montgomery and Howard County Schools. Call the office to sign up:
301-421-9064
.

Upcoming Dates:  To Be Announced


Adult Camp...
We will be offering Adult Mini-Camps on School holidays in addition to our Dressage &
Eventing Camp in the fall. Stay tuned for dates and curriculums!

Dates TBA
Reddemeade offers a variety of Camps designed to please everyone!

Convenient to:

Ashton, Sandy Spring,
Olney, Rockville,
Laurel

and more!
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enjoyable. We loved
the atmosphere,
horses and
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staff. The only
problem was it was
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