This year, we hosted a shorter version of our summer camp during fall break. A small group of students came to ride and learn more about horses, including an anatomy lesson. Due to the rain keeping us indoors, we got a bit creative… We used washable finger paint on Hank and Cookie! The students were given the name of a part of the horse, and they had to identify it with their finger paint. The kids had a great time and learned about horse anatomy, and how different body parts help the horse move. Our horses loved all attention the from these young riders!