Saturday, April 6 - Event Camp for WHC Boarders - 6:00pm - 8:30pm. Just for our Boarders! Come on out and
learn all about the thrilling sport of Eventing. Cost is $80 per rider. Sign up notebook is in the office. Questions?
April 8, 9, 10, 11 – Event Camp for EVERYONE – 6:00pm – 8:30pm. Have you wondered what Eventing is all
about? Let Ashley teach you about the phases and all the exciting in’s and out’s. Open to riders level 2+. Cost is
$65 per rider per night. Signup notebook is in the office.
Saturday, April 13 – MANDATORY Working Student Meeting w Ingrid – 5pm. All Working Students must attend
this informative meeting to discuss your responsibilities and expectations. Sign up in the office and see you
Saturday, April 13 – Western Tack Love nite w Karen – 5:30pm. Let’s get together and give our hard working
western saddles some love. They could use it too!! Cost is your willingness to help and Woodland will provide
the pizza and drinks either at the farm or at Jerry’s Pizza…you guys pick! Sign up in the office to join in the good,
April 17, 18, 19, 22 - Spring Fling Camp!! Don’t miss out on this great chance to spend your Spring Break on
horseback! Camp Dates are April 17, 18, 19, 22. Do all dates or just one or two. Registration forms are available
on-line or in the Barn Office. Remember…forms must be received 48 hours before start of camp. Thanks, and
see you there!
Saturday, April 20 – Pole Painting Party w Ashley – 5pm. Let’s spruce up our jumps and make them super
pretty! Cost is your willingness to help and Woodland will provide the pizza and drinks. Please sign up in the
office and see you there!
Easter Sunday, April 21 – Boarders ONLY Trail Ride at Schooley Mill Park with Ashley – 8-12noon. So much
fun!! If you are one of luck boarders, let Ashley show you a great time out on the trail! Open to Boarders and only
5 spaces available so sign up in the office soon!! Cost is $80 per rider.
Easter Sunday, April 21 – Caveletti Clinic w Katy – 10am. Katy will teach you all about setting the correct tempo
and length of stride in this fun clinic. Get ready to have fun! Signup sheet is in the office and the cost is $45 per
Saturday, April 27 – Steering thru an Obstacle Course Clinic w Barbara – 5pm. Let Barbara show you how to
correctly get around an obstacle course full of twists, bends and other fun obstacles. This is for our newer riders
or anyone wanting to improve your steering skills. Ages 5 and up are welcome. Cost is $50 per rider. Please
sign up in the office.
Saturday, April 27 – WSP (Working Student Program) Western Nite w Ingrid – 5 pm. Come on out and use
your WSP Coupon for a great nite of western fun!! Ingrid will teach you all about the western tack and teach you
some exciting western games. Cost is one WSP Coupon. Sign up in the office and see ya ’there!
ADULT CAMP is April 29 – May 3. Detail coming out soon!
Summer Camp Registration is OPEN!! 2019 Summer Camp forms are available on our web site and in the
office. FYI…Early Bird Camp is June 10-14. Pony Pals and Horsemanship Camps begin June 17! It’s never too
early to get your preferred session so send in those forms! See you there!!
Woodland’s Hours of Operation: Our barn hours are Mon – Fri., 8 to 8 and Sat. – Sun., 8 to 6. Visitors, students,
and working students should be picked up before the barn closes. Thank you.
Also, there are times when Woodland will cancel lessons because of other activities, major holidays and
inclement weather. Lessons are always cancelled when Montgomery County Snow Emergency Plan is in effect.
For those times, students will call the Center (301-421-9156) to schedule a make-up lesson in a different class,
but appropriate-level class. Instructors will help students pick a make-up class. Students MAY NOT credit
missed lessons towards their next bill. Thank you.
PLEASE NOTE…Children are not to be dropped at Woodland off unless they are attending a lesson or are a
working student or in camp. Children must be picked up within ½ hour of the end of a lesson.
Woodland’s Extreme Weather Policy:
Don’t forget to check our Weather Policy located on our web site (www.woodlandhorse.com) for any cancellation
of classes due to extreme conditions. Up to the minute announcements are found on facebook as well!
Woodland Dog Policy: Reminder. All visiting dogs must be on leashes at all times. Thank you.
Like all businesses on time payment for lessons is extremely important to our financial status. Our horses and
staff count on your timely payments. Please be sure to include your child’s name on the check or credit card
payment, especially if the name is different from the parent’s name.
Our policy is that lessons are CONSECUTIVE and PREPAID in advance of the first lesson. Makeup lessons are
to be made within 30 days of a missed lesson. Thank you.
Year-Round Activities & Programs:
Show Team - Show team for our young riders’ and adult rides’ and is an all year round happening. If you are
interested in joining the Show Team, contact Ashley or Katy. We are limited in the number of riders for the Show
Team, but we will try to have as many of you as possible. Let them know of your interest and they will give you all
Adult Dressage Team - Any adult who has even a slight interest in dressage and can post the trot is welcome to
join. We ride every Friday night. For additional information, contact Ashley C.
Adult Drill Team – Our Drill Team is for our “over 18” riders and is a lot of fun! We ride in patterns to music and
present our drills at our In-House Shows and area events like the Montgomery County Ag Fair! We practice on the
1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Interested? See Karen Parker for more info.
Working Student Program – Ingrid Dietrich is the Program Manager for both the Working Student Program and
the Adult Grooming Program. This program is available for all our students (Adults and Children ages 8 and up).
She will train you and explain your responsibilities and give you the opportunity to work with the knowledgeable
Adult Grooming Program –This is a super program for the adult that cannot commit to a certain time every week
but would like to spend more time at Woodland and with horses. This is an excellent program, which will teach
you how to groom and correctly care for a horse. After your training session, you can choose your own schedule
to groom and spend quality time with the school horses. Please see Ingrid Dietrich for more info.
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16301 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20905
301-421-9156 fax: 301-421-9049