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International Horsemanship Camps

These educational camps encourage our friends around the world to learn more about horsemanship, horse training and AQHA.

Each summer, AQHA is proud to offer International Horsemanship Camps, sponsored by various countries and conducted by several universities.

International Horsemanship Camps were established to help foster an environment in which people around the world can learn more about horsemanship and horse training, while gaining a greater understanding of the American Quarter Horse breed.

As a special bonus, AQHA carefully selects an international intern to serve as an AQHA spokesperson at most of the international camps. The intern shares her knowledge with camp attendees about AQHA membership, services and all the ways to enjoy Quarter Horses.

Follow along each summer as the AQHA international intern chronicles his or her adventures in the On the International Trail blog. 

Contact the sponsoring universities and countries for more information on attending each camp.

2014 International Horsemanship Camps

Date Location University Contact Camp Contact
June 21-24 Austria (Long View Ranch) University of Findlay
Art Obrien
obrien@findlay.edu

June 30 - July 3
Sweden (Skara) University of Findlay
Art Obrien
obrien@findlay.edu

July 1-6
Denmark (greater Copenhagen area) Colorado State University
July 4-7
Sweden (Skara) University of Findlay
Art Obrien
obrien@findlay.edu

July 10-13
Germany (5 Star Ranch) Colorado State University
July 11-13 United Kingdom (Horse Creek Farm) University of Findlay
Art Obrien
obrien@findlay.edu

July 16-19 Netherlands (Woudenberg) Colorado State University
July 19-22
Switzerland (Frauenfeld) Sam Houston State University
July 25-28  
Slovenia (Castle Prestanek) Sam Houston State University
July 31 - August 3
Germany (Gut Masthehof) Sam Houston State University
July 31 - August 3
Germany (Trainingstall Kaiser) University of Wisconsin-River Falls
August 7-10 Germany (Kim Ranch) University of Wisconsin-River Falls
August 14-17 Norway (Dysjaland Farm) University of Wisconsin-River Falls