Equestrian Academic Camp
WWU Equestrian Academic Camp offers serious equestrians ages 15-18 a unique and rigorous experience. Students with established riding proficiency in hunter-jumper, saddle seat, western or dressage will learn and practice ground training techniques and experience a variety of horses to hone their riding skills. The academic track that accompanies the hands-on learning in our state-of-the-art equestrian complex includes classroom instruction in equine first aid, equine competition and an introduction to teaching riding. Your days will wrap up with an equestrian film series and faculty-facilitated discussion that compliments the riding, training and classroom skills learned during camp. The Equestrian Academic Camp experience is ideal for high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in the horse industry.
We are so sorry that we are unable to offer the Equestrian Academic Camp again this year. We are offering several discipline specific mini clinics. These clinics will be taught by William Woods University Equestrian faculty members. Each clinic is focused on one riding discipline. The clinics do not include housing. For more information please reach out to the contacts below dates of the clinics are: