One of our favorite things here at Wolf Creek Outfitters (WCO) is teaching the children. We feel it is important to pass on the western heritage to the next generation. We take pleasure in sponsoring youth events, special needs events, and rodeos.
Today we are headed out to horse camp with the Jicarilla Indians. The camp is a two-day event in which sponsors come together from New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona to keep the horse culture alive.
The tribe encourages all kids ages 7 and up to attend this educational event. They set up six stations for kids to learn all about horses. The youth are divided into groups and rotate through stations which include Horse Hoof Health, Cultural Horse, Crafts & Games, Building Leadership, How the Horse Works, and Horse Riding.
WCO has loaded up horses, and they are ready to head out. They of course will be at the “Horse Riding” station. The WCO team is happy to help teach nearly 50 children for the next few days. It is great to allow them to go for a horseback ride. Helping pass on the heritage. –WCO
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2 Replies to “WCO Heads to Horse Camp”
Will be looking forward to reading about your experiences. Best wishes, Mia!
Wow, sounds like a great program!
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