SVF Summer Horse Camp

July 18 – 22 and July 25 – 29, 2016

2 WEEKS ONLY! 10 Lucky Campers per Week!

  • Horseback Riding Lessons
  • Horse Care and Stable Management

  • Crafts, Games, and farm fun

  • Plus…. Improv and Drama Lessons with….. LINDA KASH!

Camp Details

  • Camp is designed for all levels of riders between the ages of 6 and 17.

  • Campers should be dropped off between 8:45 and 9:00 am daily, and picked up between 4:00 and 4:15 pm. Before and After Care may be arranged upon request for an additional fee.

  • Campers should pack a lunch daily with plenty of water.

  • Campers will:

    • receive a daily riding lesson in a fenced, safe environment on wonderful school horses and ponies. Indoor arena on-site for rainy days.
    • learn how to groom and tack up safely.
    • learn all aspects of basic horse care, feeding and housing.
    • learn about various equestrian sports and leisure activities.
  • A demonstration of your camper’s new riding skills will be offered on the last day of camp.

  • All hands-on horse activities are in the mornings led by Amber Anderson and helpers.

  • In the afternoon campers will play various improvisation and acting games and activities as well as put together a “presentation” for parents for the last day of camp.

  • Campers will be taught various art techniques and create unique crafts (likely horse related of course!) to take home.

  • Afternoon activities will be led by the (very funny and entertaining) Linda Kash!


$442.50 + HST = $500.00 per week

We accept Payment through E-transfer to smallvictoryfarm@hotmail.comor cheques made payable to Small Victory Farm. No post dated cheques please.

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There are only 10 camper spots available each week, so please get your forms and payment in to reserve your spot!

SVF Summer Horse Camp
SVF Summer Horse Camp

About Us

Linda Kash

Linda Kash

Linda Kash began her professional life at the Second City in Toronto. Linda has been a guest on Seinfeld, Third Rock From The Sun, and Everybody Loves Raymond.

Kash’s list of films include Waiting For Guffman and Best in Show, both directed by Christopher Guest, and the multi-nominated Cinderella Man directed by Ron Howard. Linda has co-created several shows for TV including My Talk Show, Go Girl!, and The Joe Blow Show, which she also directed.

Currently she runs the Peterborough Academy of Performing Arts which she co-founded in 2009 with her late “great” husband actor Paul O’Sullivan.

She also teaches improv to children and adults throughout Ontario through corporate workshops as well as community outreach programs.

Linda is best known as The Philadelphia Cream Cheese Angel, which has become one of Canadian advertising’s most successful campaigns, but her proudest work to date is her beloved blended family.

Amber Anderson

Amber Anderson

Having been born and raised in the Kawarthas, Amber Anderson has always had a passion for all things equestrian and particularly the thrill of competition. She started riding at a very young age and has never gone a day without horses in her life.

For many years Amber worked as a camp counsellor and eventually camp director at Ostler Park Equestrain Centre. She then went on to train with some of Canada’s best riders including Chef D’Equipe Tom Gayford, Jay Hayes, Jason Pascoe, Andrea Bresee, and Ian Roberts.

Amber has her Bachelor of Education and has 10 years experience teaching in the Public School System. Teaching riders is her passion, however, and her favourite thing is helping children succeed when they did not think they could.

Amber and her husband have owned and operated Small Victory Farm in Norwood Ontario for the past 8 years. The 86 acre SVF has grown into a very successful and well respected boarding, training, and lesson facility boasting a brand new indoor arena, 3 outdoor rings, hunter/jumper courses, cross-country course, dressage ring and metered galloping field. It is home to 28 horses ranging from school ponies, to eventers, jumpers, dressage horses, Hanoverian broodmares and quality Warmblood young stock. The first Hanoverian filly to be born on property qualified for both the Lieutenant and Governor General’s Cups at the Royal Winter Fair in 2013, and began her eventing career at Grandview Horse Trials in 2015.