"Where Heart Meets Horse"
"Where Heart Meets Horse"
Children must bring and wear their own masks.
Children must maintain a social distance of three feet from instructors and each other.
Instructors will maintain social distancing whenever possible and wear a mask when it is not. They cannot share lunch food or drinks. They need to bring their own water bottles which can be refilled on site.
Parents and children will come in the gate one group at a time. While waiting to come in, please maintain social distancing and wear masks. Children must be symptom free before entering. Please take the temperatures of you children before you leave home. We understand some may experience allergies which my produce fever but temperatures above 100.5 could be symptomatic.
Children will be encouraged to wash their hands frequently and use hand sanitizer. Please send hand sanitizer with your child so they can have their own.
We have five acres of land in which to distribute the children. They will be outside all of the time in fresh air and sunshine.
When dropping off or picking up children, please wait for your child in your car. We will send them out the gate at 3:00 daily.
We will not be having show off day due to Covid precautions.
***Students must weigh less than 125lbs., and be able to jump 6" off the ground
All our activities are focused on the love of the horse. Our intention is to provide this character building experience to as many students as possible.
The cost of maintaining a horse and learning horsemanship, many times, is prohibitive. BMEC offers a unique, comprehensive horsemanship curriculum comparative to any college program for less than the cost of only boarding a horse per year. A student can learn on a excellent teacher and have a barn full of more advanced horses to continue their progress.
is our number one concern.
They learn independent riding, horse care, and horsemanship skills. They learn interpersonal skills, stewardship, and develop inner strength. They learn leadership through respect.
All lessons that last a lifetime.
Due to precautions we are taking by limiting the number of people on the property, we will have to cancel show off day.
Camps are from Monday-Thursday, (except for the July 6-9 camp which is Tuesday through Thursday), from 9-3. They begin on June 7, and are every other week. The price is $399 if you pay online and $385 by check. Please mail checks and release forms to 988 Tuomppian Ct., Ivins, Utah 84738
Deposits are non refundable.
Deposits are $104 if you pay online and $100 if you pay by check.
Please mail check and release form to:
988 Tuomppian Ct., Ivins, Utah 84738
Students should wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. They should bering alunch, water bottle and helmet (bike helmets will work)_. If you don't have one, we will supply them. Students should weigh less than 125 lbs., and be able to jump 6" off the ground.
In "The Contact Us" section please e-mail us the name of your student and which camp you are signing up for.
In the "Contact Us" form, please send us an e-mail containing the name of your child and the camp you are signing up for.
In the "Contact Us" section, please indicate the name of your child and which camp you are paying for.
Our lessons are an hour long.The student must sign up and pay for 4 lessons. Lessons are $45 each. Lessons are in a group consisting of 3-5, depending on age and experience. There will also be groundwork lessons included in the riding lesson series.
We have horses for beginners and advanced riders, and offer advanced lessons for our continuing students over 12.
The cost is $45 for each hour long lesson. A student can take two lessons a week, year-around, and attend camps well below the cost of horses ownership. Additionally, there are no unforeseen veterinarian expenses, multiple ownerships, or sad goodbyes. The price is $187 for the 4 lesson package, if you pay online.
Call Emma (925) 826-7838