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available. Ranch owner, Kimberly Blanche- Sebesta, has been riding since age 2, with over 45 years of horse-related experience that includes numerous horse show wins, many hours of clinic and riding lesson instruction, camp director, as well as being a multi-carded, multi-discipline horse show judge. Kimberly says, “Safety is our No. 1 priority! I love working with good horses and helping people safely and eff ectively enjoy them.”


Compton Jr. Posse Compton, CA


(310) 632-1247 ComptonJrPosse.org


Compton Jr. Posse (CJP) was created 27


years ago for inner-city youth to provide a year-round aſt er school program using equestrian activities to inspire youth to reach their personal, academic and career goals - a powerful alternative to the equally powerful lure of gang and drug lifestyles. “Keeping Kids ON Horses and OFF the Streets!” they have fostered three gener- ations of youth going to college, the mili-


tary and into business ownership. CJP’s award-winning program has given inner city kids a framework for success by team- ing them with horses and highly skilled instructors such as Olympic Gold Medalist Will Simpson. Since 2009, CJP has estab- lished the fi rst inner city equestrian team to compete in the Interscholastic Equestrian League (IEL). This team sport helps our stu- dents become eligible for equestrian scholar- ships. They launched a Mounted Jr. Ranger Program in conjunction with the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority. This program has grown to include the Naturalist Explorers and Outdoor Leaders. CJP was awarded the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness Silver Medal Award. Compton Jr. Posse’s summer camp programs include Equine Science, Horseback Riding Lessons, Ranch Activities, Environmental Studies, Life Skills Development, Career Development, Outdoor Survival Skills, and Riding Demonstrations. The week- long summer camps run from 8 am-2 pm, June through August; and open to all ages. Investments in our programs is an invest-


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ment in kids future and an investment in tomorrow’s world communities. CJP is a 501(c)3 non-profi t organization.


Rock Creek Pack Station Bishop, CA


(760) 872-8331 RockCreekPackStation.com


Rock Creek Pack Station loves to take families with children on their incredible trips. Experiencing the majestic Eastern Sierra’s is so impactful, it’ll create memories of a lifetime; and what bet er way than to


do it together. On the “View Wild Mustangs for Kids” you’ll ride out into wild horse ter- ritory. This special program is designed for youth 10 years and older and originates from Adobe Valley near Benton Hot Springs. It’s a great trip to experience the old west with two nights camping in Pizona. Also off ered is the “Parent/ Child Trail Ride” where par- ents and their children enjoy three days of riding, fi shing and camping. You’ll learn how to care for your horse and enjoy com- fortable camping. This trip is a wonderful multi-generational trip so invite the grand- parents, aunts, and uncles. If you can’t fi t your vacation time into one of our scheduled trips, we can schedule a trip for you. Take a look at our base camp options or our all-ex- pense trips. Come ride and experience the Eastern Sierra with us! Bring your spirit of adventure, your camera and your family for a breath of fresh air, pristine mountain lakes and streams, horseback riding, and crystal clear starry nights.


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Miller Equestrian 2017 Summer Camp


June 12-16 June 19-23 July 3-7


July 17-21 August 7-11


Cost: $375 Friends


and family discount available


858-945-1344 • www.MillerEquestrianServices.com millereq@sbcglobal.net • 936 Vista Ave. • Escondido, CA 92026


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