Camps are FULL

  Thanks to everyone who has committed to a camp for 2022.

If you have not sent in your registration and liability forms plus deposit, please do so as soon as possible to secure your spot in the camp you have requested.

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2022 Schedule

To sign up please print Registration and Liability forms and mail to

Prairie School Road Farm  1181 Luebbering Rd. Luebbering, MO 63061

Horse Camps 2019

OPEN HOUSE:  May 5 1-5

Find out what horse camp is all about.  Meet the staff.  Meet the horses.  Investigate the equipment.  Sign Up while there are still openings.  Email us to let us know you are coming.

Schedule 2019

Safe Horse Fun at

PSR Farm

Our Camp schedule for 2019 is now available .  Use the menu above the logo.  Go to horse camps.  Scroll down to schedule.  We look forward to a spectacular summer.


Horse Camps Summer 2018

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Schedule 2018

Check out the 2018 Schedule.  Dates are filling fast.  Don’t get left out.

2017 Schedule

The 2017 Schedule is Now Up and Running


Both the Registration and Liability forms must be turned in for Registration to be Complete.

If you don’t see what you are looking for here, Give us a call.


June 20-24:  5 openings for horse camp

Be a part of the horsey fun.  We have openings for a five day camp.  Campers do everything from bareback riding to English to Western.  You learn everything from grooming, tacking and basic horsemanship.  We will be taking trail rides on over 220 acres of forest and fields.  Horse show for family and friends on Friday evening.  Located less than one hour from southwest St. Louis.

The Hole!

Sand; where it belongs.

The weather has been very warm for early February.  The daffodils on the south facing slope are coming up.  Not a good thing.  No matter what the weather, our thoughts are definitely turning to spring and getting to ride more.  We ordered sand for the upper arena quite some time ago.  They finally were able to come last Friday.  The ground was nice and frozen in the morning but things warmed up quickly.  The big ol’ truck was guided into the arena along the south facing slope.  The thinking was that the slope had dried out.  Life lesson number 3,731 or so.  The truck just sunk, not slowly, just all at once.  So, the sand was emptied right there.  There was no other choice.  Big blue pulled him out.  The next load went through the packed barn lot.  Much better results.  The poor driver was definitely gun shy by then.  He only brought 2 of the 4 loads ordered.  Gary spent the next several hours moving sand from the hill to the arena and spreading the two delivered loads.  We now have half of an arena in terrific shape.  The weather was so amazing on Saturday we put that half to good use.  No telling when the other two loads will show.

Ahhh: Warm!!!

For the first time in over a week I’m not putting on my down booties.  Warm weather is on the way.  Perhaps a little too warm for late January but I’ll take it.  Last week got old with the cold!!  It was such a delight as the week went on to reduce the no. of layers I was wearing.  I started out with six on my torso early in the week and this morning I was down to three and started to sweat.  Woo Hoo!!

Thursday afternoon was the light at the end of the tunnel.  When Marina got home we did a quick little bareback trail ride at sunset.  It was lovely.  The body heat of the horses kept us warm.  As soon as we got off we got the shivers.  When the sun goes down, cold temperatures come ’round.

Friday was really looking promising in the morning.  Some kids came over around one to trail ride.  Now these are country kids and I really expected them to come prepared to be out in the cold.  KIDS!  All they had on was little sweat shirts, one pair of pants and sock caps!  I’m here to tell you, when you’re sitting on a horse for any length of time when the temperature is around 28 F, you get cold.  The morning was nice but the afternoon things were changing.  First of all the wind picked up; always a bad sign.  The kids decided to ride bareback.  Good decision.  It didn’t matter though.  When we came to a split in the trail and had to make a decision to go on or go home to warm up, they all said warm up.  I loaded them up with hot cocoa and off we went again.  This time I made them wear a coat.  I had no arguments.  Good thing too as the clouds came in and the wind was stronger than ever.  After the ride, no one hung around to play with horses.  I must say though that inspite of the cold, it was a nice ride and the kids have stories to tell and maybe even learned something.  I can always hope.

Marina and I did another ride on Saturday.  The weather was much improved and the ground was still solid enough to be safe to ride.  We even used saddles!!  We weren’t home today and it was lovely in deed.  However, Gary said it was really sloppy and slippery.  Warm weather has its pluses and minuses.