Where Mustangs, Youth, And God’s Grace Meet
 

Program Registration

 

 

To Register for our programs you must do the following:

 

  • Join our Registration Mailing List.

  • We will send out a registration email notification, at that time you must fill out a Reservation Form for each child. (Links to reservation forms for each program are at the bottom of this page)

  • Bring a signed Hold Harmless Waiver to your first session.

 

FALL 2022 Session

September 6-November 11 (no lessons the last week of October)


We currently have the following lessons available:

 

Jr. JUMPers Lessons (ages 6-8): Tuesdays, 4-5 pm (see description below)
Group Lessons (ages 8-14) Thursdays, 2:30-3:30 pm (see description below)
Group Lessons (ages 8-14) Fridays, 12-1 pm (see description below)

Jr. JUMPers Lessons (ages 6-8) Fridays, 2-3 pm (see description below)
 

Thanks for your interest in Wild Ones! 
 

Group Lessons

 

WOYR’s Group Lessons are ideal for beginning riders with little to no experience. These reduced-price lessons are for children who might not be able to participate in weekly lessons in another environment.  They are intended to be an introduction to basic horse safety and rudimental riding skills.  
 

  • Who: Youth ages 8-14 years

  • What: 1 hour of basic horse safety, groundwork, horse handling, basic riding, or farm experience per week designed for beginning riders. 

  • When: Typically our lessons run from September-November and April-June  

  • Suggested donation: $80 per 8-week session

Jr. JUMPERS

 

WOYR’s Jr. JUMPers lessons offer an opportunity for younger kids with little to no horse experience who would like to try out horse handling, riding, and farm life.  These sessions are geared for children who would eventually like to be enrolled in our JUMP youth program.  

  • Who: Kids ages 6-8 years

  • What: Weekly 1-hour horse handling/riding sessions and activities

  • When: September-November and April-June 

  • Suggested donation: $24 per 8-week session

 

To see how you can get Registered, click here!

Summer Camps

 

Check back in May for 2023 Summer Camp Dates

 
Give your kids a summer to remember!

 

Have your kids always wanted a chance to play with horses and learn some riding basics? If so, Wild Ones Youth Ranch’s Summer Horse Camps are a perfect way to introduce boys and girls to the joys of horseback riding. These day camp sessions are designed for children of all riding abilities.

 

Located near Junction City, Wild Ones Youth Ranch is a working farm where historic Kiger Mustangs are raised and trained. Come be a part of Oregon history!

As a Christian organization, Wild Ones Youth Ranch seeks to infuse our camps with basic biblical principles and to share Jesus’ love with our guests and their families.

Our trained staff (instructors, wranglers, junior wranglers, ranch hands, and support staff) make sure each child has a safe and unforgettable camp experience.

Each Wild Ones Youth Ranch Horse & More Camp (ages 8+)  includes some or all of the following activities:

 

  • Horse safety

  • Riding basics (geared for all levels of riders)

  • Horse history & trivia

  • Equine obstacle course

  • Horse and other farm games

  • Snacks

  • Nature walks with native plant and animal identification

  • Farm, horse, or native arts and crafts

  • Object lessons teaching biblical principles via our equine friends

Activities may vary due to the size of the group, staff availability or weather conditions.

 

Our Jr. JUMPers camps (ages 5-7)  include many of

the same skills, geared for our preschool and

early elementary riders.  Activities might include:

  • Horse safety

  • Riding basics (geared for all levels of riders)

  • Equine obstacle course

  • Horse and other farm games

  • Light snack

  • Object lessons teaching Biblical principles via our equine friends

Activities may vary due to the size of the group, staff availability or weather conditions.  

 

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the age of Jr. JUMPers campers, parents must remain on site with their child at all times during their camp session.  

 

To see how you can get Registered, click here!