Horseback riding, an alternative to summer camp

Horseback riding, an alternative to summer camp
DUNNVILLE—Shown taking horseback riding lessons is Emmitt Andrighetti, 11, Ivy Thomson, 11, and Michael Hill, 8. —Photo courtesy of Tina Gifford.

By Haldimand Press Staff

DUNNVILLE—Anita Gombos Hill was concerned when it was announced that there would be no summer camps for children since both her and her husband work full time and their eight-year-old son Michael, an only child, hadn’t had any social interaction with other children in months.

To “deal with the no camp challenge in the Haldimand region,” Anita decided to utilize the horseback riding programs offered at Iron Spirit Farm in Dunnville.

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