Columbia Horse Center

10400 Gorman Road | Laurel | MD 20723
Ride@ColumbiaHorseCenter.com
301-776-5850

Mon - Fri • 9:00 - 9:00
Sat - Sun • 9:00 - 6:00 

A fun and relaxed place to learn how to ride horses.

Barn Closing at 12:30 on Tuesday, July 4th.
No evening lessons.
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!

Stop wishing, start doing!

Pony Pal | Children | Adult

Beginner - Advanced
Ages 5 - 95 


Group | Semi-Private | Private
Daytime | Night | Weekend
Home School Sessions 

 

Professional and caring staff.
Well trained school horses.
Clean and organized facilities.
Conveniently located near

Routes 95, 29, and 32. 

Saturdays at 1:00

Want to try us out before signing up for lessons or camp?

 

$20.00 PER PERSON

 

Arrive by 12:45. Limited space.

No more then 2 per
family or group.
Minimum age of 5 to ride.

Receive $20 voucher toward lessons.

Come play with the ponies!

Summer | Winter | Spring

Day At the Barn

 

Open to ages 5-15.
All level of riders.

 

Ride two times a day.
Horse related lectures. 

Hours 9:00 - 4:00

Before & after care available.

Time to ride and socialize!

Want more riding time?

Want to go to more horse events?

 

For a quarterly fee,
you can join Equi-Lease!

 

Lots of time in the saddle and several social events to attend!


Limited and unlimited packages.

Join us for a fun day of showing!

Looking for fun and low-key shows to take your horse or rider to?

Our shows are inviting and a great atmosphere for competitors just starting out and veterans looking to school their horses.

Our experienced staff is helpful, professional, and friendly. 

Happy horse, happy rider.

Picking the right place to board your horse can be a tough.

Assuring their happiness and well being are important.

We understand that horses are our best friend, our pet, and our partner in crime. 

Their care means the world to us and it is our mission to provide the best service for you and your horse. 
 

• Experienced  & friendly staff
• Feed, hay, and water
• Stall cleaning
• 12 x 12 stalls
• Turn out


All boarders are required to take lessons.

Columbia Horse Center offers a variety of camps for all ages. Our camps are designed to give our students horsemanship skills that they would not normally learn in a regular lesson plan and have fun at the same time. Students will be given the opportunity to enhance their knowledge on daily barn activities as well as routine horse care.

ADULT CAMP

Don't let the kids have all the fun! Come join us for a few evenings and learn about horsemanship, ride, and hang with good friends.

Camp Calendar

ADULT CAMP

 

IT'S BACK!!!
Every so often, our adult students like to take a break from the daily grind of life. To help them with this, we offer our adult camp! The camp runs for three, fun evenings. Each evening consists of a horse related lecture, riding lesson, and discussion time. We also offer light snacks and socialize. This has always been a real hit in past years!

DATES
Saturday, March 18th (5:00 - 8:00)
Sunday, March 19th (5:00 - 8:00)
Monday, March 20th (6:00 - 9:00)

COST
$85.00 Per Night
$240.00 All 3 Nights

Open to CHC adult students only.
Sign up in the barn office or call us at 301-776-5850
Paid in Full upon sign up. No deposit. Non-refundable. Credit Available.
Adult In-House show fees will be waived for those participating all 3 evenings.

Adult Camp at Columbia Horse Center

FORMS

It's time for the adults to have fun!!

Spring Break Camp at Columbia Horse Center
Spring Break Camp at Columbia Horse Center is a fun, active and healthy place for kids ages 5-15 to learn about and be around horses. Through lectures, demonstrations, hands-on activities, and riding lessons, campers enjoy a full day of horsemanship in a safe and friendly atmosphere. The days are spent in a relaxed, informal atmosphere where safety and fun are experienced hand-in-hand with riding, hands-on-workshops, a trail ride (weather permitting), games on horseback, and learning about the history and care of horses. It is important to us that our kids enjoy each and every day.

On the first day of camp, our campers are evaluated in their riding skills and placed into appropriate groups. Many of our campers are first time riders, others are involved with our lesson program and are taking their equestrian education a step further. All our campers are instructed from the first day on safety skills around a horse.

Spring Break Camp at Columbia Horse CenterATTIRE
Campers must bring a pair of long pants to change into when riding. All campers must have hard soled shoes or boots with a small heel. Campers will not be permitted to ride without them. ASTM/SEI approved riding helmets are mandatory and can be purchased at Woodland Tack Shop, 301-421-5954 at a discount. If purchased at Woodland Tack Shop and your child stops riding after camp is through, we will purchase it back from you at 50% of the cost provided it is in good condition, has not been damaged, and you have your receipt.

LUNCH
Please bring a lunch for your child every day. We do have a refrigerator, but it gets very full so it is recommended that your child brings a small cooler with their name on it. An afternoon energy snack is also a good idea as the kids are very active throughout the day. There is a snack machine in the lounge. We usually also have a Pizza Day on the last day of camp. The cost is $8.00 if your child would like to participate.

RIDING GROUPSSpring Break Camp at Columbia Horse Center
Pony Pal (5-7) will be taught separately.
Groups are split by level of rider.
Groups range from 4-8 kids.
Leaders for riders with no experience.

PARENT INFORMATION
Check in at the camp office on the 1st day.
All campers must have a registration form on file.
Sign your child out at pick up everyday.
No large bills for snack please. We do not carry petty cash.

We look forward to teaching your child the wonderful world of horses.

MAKING DREAMS COME TRUE! 

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Website designed by Kristy Hoke
Last updated 6/26/17
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