UPDATE, May 10: The Eventing Camp is FULL. No more registrations will be taken at this time.
The IEA Camp is still open for registration, as well as the private camps.
SEWANEE, Tenn. - Sewanee Director of Equestrian Karine Gordy and coach Emily Cavender have announced its Summer Equestrian Camps.
The first camp the program will host will be an Eventing Camp on June 4-7. Riders must be able to tack up independently, walk/trot/canter, and jump small jumps. Must have some competitive experience with schooling or recognized shows. The cost of the camp is $450.
From June 15-17, the program will host an Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Camp. Riders must ride for a recognized IEA team, be comfortable at walk/trot/canter, and be confident working over ground poles or fences. The cost of $150 per day.
The clinicians for the IEA camp include Sewanee coaches Gordy and Cavender, as well as Stephanie Cook, an IHSA Alumnus from the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. where she competed and qualified for IHSA Nationals all four years as an undergraduate.
Riders may bring their own horse to the Sewanee Equestrian Center. Campers may also lease a university-owned horse for $25 per day. Make checks payable to: The University of the South with “Equestrian Camp” in the memo. Please send to:
735 University Ave.
Sewanee, TN 37383
The program is also offering private camps as well on the weeks of June 18-22, 25-29 and July 2-6. Camps will be three days and will feature mounted and unmounted lessons plus team building activities.