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2023 Summer Camp enrollment is now open!

Spring Quarter Schedule & Registration forms now posted

  • Spring Quarter begins the week of March 1st

 

QUARTERLY GROUP LESSONS, LEASING:

Riding Lessons and RideShare Leasing Programs:
  • Quarterly registration - provides consistency for planning and progress
  • Winter Quarter lessons in session - November 28th to February 19th
  • Spring Quarter Lessons February 27th to May 21st
  • Spring registration for current riders opens Feb. 1; new students, Feb. 15th
  • We prorate riders coming into programs mid-quarter
  • Forms available on our 'Forms' Page  Submit via email to URC@UrbanaRidingClub.com
  • Adult riding classes will continue in the Spring - join us!!

    • Sundays at 11:00 a.m.and Noon

    • Thursdays, 7:00 pm

  • Please review the form for the schedule, payment options, make-up policies, and further details

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS 2023:
2023 registration forms now available - registration is open
  • URC is proud to be THE equestrian summer camp in our region!
  • URC Summer Camp Programs will be offered 8 weeks: June 12th - August 11th
  • Ultimate Equestrian's - limited availability - early registration is recommended!
  • URC's fun and caring camp experience features daily horseback riding and many other activities!
  • Our quality and value includes:
    • Beautiful mountainview park-like setting, convenient So. Frederick County location off I-270

    • Smaller ratios, engaging staff and a day-to-day rotating schedule of interactive activities

    • Camp hours 9 am to 4 pm - longer than most specialized equestrian and general camp programs.

    • Included rates are 2 full hours before (8-9 am) and after (4-5 pm) camp for drop off/pick up

    • Inquire about extended before care (early as 7:00 am) and after care (late as 6:00 pm); hourly rates.

    • Discounts for multiple weeks, seasonal families and happy camper 'add-on' weeks

    • Campers may change weeks (based on availability) at no additional cost

 

 

FULL-CARE STALL BOARDING:

Full-Care Boarding: URC offers the region's most remarkable combination of facilities and features, including multiple indoor and outdoor (lighted) riding arenas, optional dry lot turn out, trailer parking, miles of beautiful on-property trails, convenient premium southern Frederick County location off 1-270 in Urbana; resident owner/operator, staff instructors and lesson program, caring friendly service for horses and riders of all ages and English disciplines.  Training board and lesson packages available.

Stall/space for a gelding available March 1st. We're happy to offer client references! 

 

BIRTHDAY PARTIES, GROUP RIDES:

Birthday Parties/Group RidesContact us for more information on birthday party and group rides. Child birthday party rides, age 3 and up, feature an escorted pony ride and guest use of our Rec Hall or barn lounge/party area for the celebration.  Group rides are priced per rider with various options - ages 6 to adult - we can host riders and non-riders together!  (Party/Group events currently available only on Sundays.)

 

As always - don't hesitate to contact us with questions about Boarding, Lessons, Leasing, Camp or events!

 

Thank you!

Sandy and Jessie 

What we offer:

 

We are a premier full-service equestrian facility located in southern Frederick County near I-270 and Sugarloaf mountain. We offer full care stall boarding and year-round lesson & leasing programs for riders of all ages and skill levels. Come enjoy our beautiful heated indoor, three outdoor riding rings, cross country fields, and over 2.5 miles of private trails!

 

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What clients say:

 

" I just wanted to mention the gem you have at URC! As a longtime horse lover, mother and grand mother of equine enthusiasts I have had and witnessed many riding instructors (certified and not). Few if any have exhibited the patience, love of kids and horses and expertise of Rachel, our grand daughter's Saturday and now Friday evening instructor. In my experience, you either get excellent riders but not cut out for teaching or good riders that are bossy and too critical of the kids, usually because they think they are so good themselves. Many times it is evident they are doing it as a job. Rachel is one of a very few instructors in my 50+ year horse history that actually reinforces the the things the riders do best and encourages them to better their weaknesses. I see from the bench her respect for each rider in her classes and her love and knowledge of each horse."   RB

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