Breeder's Cup Special Needs Camp

HorsePlay Therapy Center’s Breeder's Cup Camp

Because Every Child Loves Summer Camp Fun!

Looking for an extraordinary camp experience for your child this summer? Register your child for HorsePlay Therapy Center’s “Breeders Cup” Summer Camp for children with special needs. This is a recreational summer camp experience for children with special needs such as Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, TBI, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorders, and other physical and developmental disabilities.

Campers will enjoy therapist lead equine-assisted activities, sensory trails, music, arts and crafts, and storytime with one-to-one child-to-counselor ratios.  It will be the event of the Summer! Camps are open to children ages 4-12.

2022 Summer Camp:

❖ Week 1: June 21, 23, & 24 8:30am – 12pm

❖ Week 2: July 19, 21, & 22 8:30am – 12pm

Activities:

❖ Grooming, riding, language activities, sensory activities, adaptive dancing, arts and crafts, and snacks, all provided by our clinical team!

Cost:

❖ $300 per Week ($250 for existing Horseplay kids)

At Breeder’s Cup Summer Camp, we tailor the experience to help every individual camper achieve their social, emotional, and physical goals. Campers will connect with their peers and with the horses to form wonderful friendships and life-long memories. Through the incorporation of Hippotherapy and fun farm activities, we encourage our campers to make new discoveries and connections that they will be able to apply during their school year

Space is limited, so register now! Complete the Inquiry Form below to hold your spot and receive camp details and updates as they are received!

Additional forms:

Registration Form

Camper Questionnaire

Camper Liability & Release Form

Financial Aid Application

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“HorsePlay has been an amazing experience for us and invaluable for our son. He likes to come here because he thinks he is just going to play with the horse. The volunteers and the people are amazing."
Lucas’s Mom
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“After Maliah started doing hippotherapy, she finally started saying her first words and taking her first steps.”
Maliah’s mom