Summer Camp

Cornerstone Farm

Summer Camps 2020 

Dates: The weeks of – June 15, 22 and July 6  

  • Horse Master and Pony Camp –.  Monday- Friday from 8-1:00 For Equestrians who have started their riding career.  Beginners to advanced riders. Demonstrations include Accupuncture, Chiropractic, Starting the Young Horse. Field trips may include Vet Hospital, Cross Country course walk and a tack shop. Students will practice longeing, bandaging, barn management and much more! Cost is $275.00

Campers at all levels may bring their own horse. Boarding for the week is $70.00

Campers are limited to 8 per week.

  • Please provide a lunch/snack, water will be available and an air conditioned area for breaks from the heat.

  • Riders should have long pants, preferably breeches and shoes with a heel. Helmets will be supplied if needed.

  • For younger children, the camp day can be shortened. Also, early dropoffs can be accommodated. 

A down payment of $50 is required to reserve a space. Balance due one week prior. The deadline for June camps is June 1, July camp is July 1. If space is available, you may sign up after the cut off date for an additional $20. Spaces start filling up in April so please act early!

Cornerstone Farm is located at 128 Red Cedar Way, on Farmington Rd., Mocksville, NC 27028. We are about 20 minutes from Winston-Salem, 20 from the I 77/I 40 interchange in Statesville and 20 minutes from the North end of Salisbury and attract students from all these areas. We have easy access off of I 40, via exits 180 or 174. 336-971-2105,,
MAILING ADDRESS is 1771 Cana Rd. Mocksville NC 27028


June 15 June 22 July 6  $225

Name _______________________________________________________ Age__________________

Email address_______________________________ Phone __________________________________

Parent Name and cell phone___________________________________________________________

I would like to bring a horse $50.____________ Late sign up $20._________________

Warning: Under NC law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury or death of a participant in activities resulting

exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities. Chapter 99E of NC General Statutes.


I give my permission for Kathi Hines and camp volunteers to drive my child on field trips.


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