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Service Description: Summer Horse Riding Camp will be provides ten week summer program and is offered to all levels of riders. It is suitable for kids from the age of seven to fifteen. In the horse stable, I plan to take in 15-20 lesson horses. Summer Horse Riding Camp will be located at Terelj which is 37 km from Ulan Bator and is one of the most beautiful places in Mongolia. Campers participate in daily riding lessons, learning the basic principles of riding or advancing their present skills. Incorporated in the learning is fun time with trail rides and games on horse back. The students not only ride horses but learn how to care for them as well including learning how to catch and lead their horse or pony and becoming responsible for the care and grooming of their horse. Students learn the different tack used to saddle up and ride, study the anatomy of the horse, and identify different breeds and colors of horses. They will enjoy the outdoors and experience nature as they ride through the forest on our 106 acres of beautiful wooded trails.
Transport: We will hire bus and pick up from Ulaanbaatar.
Accommodation: Cabins will be located along the ridge overlooking in beautiful scenery. There will be separate boys and girls. All cabins would have double and mattresses.
Supervision: I plan to employ one supervisor for every six children booked in to camp; the supervisors sleep in the cabins with the children so there is 24 hours supervision.
Advertise: I plan to advertise Horse Riding Camp through the use of a website, yellow pages, local feed stores, tack stores.
Insurance: Our insurance policies will include property insurance, mortality and medical insurance for our lesson horse, general legal…...

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