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Horse shows, Pony Camp and Special Events for Special Kids at DREAM Park this month

(Logan Township, NJ) – Beginning today through the end of June the Gloucester County DREAM Park will be bustling with activities.  The DREAM Park is located at 400 US Route 130 South, Logan Township, New Jersey 08085. For any questions please contact the DREAM Park at (856) 241-1415.

What: Delmarva Quarter Horse Show  
Where: DREAM Park – Main Arena 
When: June 6-9, 2019  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: Free to spectate
About:  All horse owners have a passion for horses, and the vast lifestyle created by the world's most popular horse.  Whether you’re a seasoned horse show veteran, a fan of the race track, a backyard horse enthusiast or simply someone dreaming of someday owning a horse.  

What: Seahorse Equestrian Open House 
Where: Therapeutic Riding Center
When: Sunday June 9, 2019 11 am. – 2 p.m.
Cost: FREE   /  Seahorse Equestrian Contact: Kim Johnson (856) 430-3893

PONY CAMP:  July 1-4, July 15-18, July 29-Aug 1, Aug 19-22 
Come visit our new Lesson/special event Team! Seahorse Equestrian invites you to come to our open house and meet the new riding instructor Kim Johnson, and her lesson ponies Pom Pom, Zico and Luna. 
Seahorse Equestrian, LLC was created through the passion of educating children with the joys of horseback riding. Our goal is to share our enjoyment and knowledge of equines with many individuals. The founder and Trainer, Kimberly Johnson has been involved within the equine world for the past 15 years. The past 6 years Kimberly has been instructing students within her lesson program, summer camps, and scout days. During the past two years of 2017 and 2018 Kimberly was high point trainer of the year at Caltabiano Show Stables series. In addition, Kimberly has been the leader of a Gloucester County 4 H equine club allowing her students to achieve many goals within public speaking, state horse show competitions, and leadership skills. She previously was head trainer of Southern Equine Athletes Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA). As her skill level has grown, Kimberly created Seahorse Equestrian, LLC.

Seahorse Equestrian, LLC’s philosophy is safety. Safety of the rider and horse is considered at all times. We believe all riders, whether beginner, intermediate or advanced, should receive the same quality of instruction and attention to detail. Our lesson program provides instruction, fun and challenge to everyone from first time riders to those with years of experience. Balance seat riding is used to teach people who are new to riding emphasizing self-awareness, effective use of the body, and understanding of the horse. This approach to riding will promote better riding and a more harmonious relationship between horses and riders of all disciplines and levels of experience.

What: Nine Pines Open Show  
Where: DREAM Park – Main Arena 
When: June 15-16, 2019 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: Free to spectate
About:  The Open Horse Show welcomes people of all ages and horses of all breeds. Horses are not required to be registered, and participants do not need a membership with any association or club. The All Breed Horse Show provides those seeking a fun and competitive environment with an excellent opportunity to participate in a major stock show. Classes include youth and adult divisions and feature English, Western, Trail, Equitation, Halter and Color classes.

What: New Jersey Pinto Horse Assoc. 
Where: DREAM Park – Main Arena 
When: June 22, 2019 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: Free to spectate
About: NJ Pinto Horse is a versatile club, located in the southern part of New Jersey, that has been in existence for over 20 years promoting the Pinto Horse for members and non-members alike.

They offer two great show weekends each year that include a full slate of classes to fit everyone’s pleasure.  What's the Difference between Paint and Pinto Horse?

A frequently asked question about the Pinto is "what’s the difference between an American Paint horse and a Pinto horse?" American Paint horses are limited to registered bloodlines of Paint, American Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred horses, whereas the Pinto can be from an array of bloodlines including the Arabian, American Saddlebred, American Miniature Horse, Tennessee Walking Horse and American Shetland Pony to name a few. 

What: Special Events for Special Kids 
Where: DREAM Park – Therapeutic Riding Center
When: June 22, 2019  11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Cost: Free  You must pre-register  call Jami at 856-264-9386 or email specialevents4specialkids@gmail.com
About: Special Events for Special Kids organize and host several free events for children with special needs and or disabilities.  You must pre-register for all events, we are usually limited to 40 children per event, so please register early. All of our get togethers are located in southern New Jersey, usually Camden or Gloucester counties.  Our events are run solely on donations and the kindness of others.  We have both youth and adult volunteers to help your child have an enjoyable experience, this is a judgement free zone, where your children can interact with others and make some new friends. If you feel your child will benefit from our events, they are welcome. If you should have any questions please do not hesitate to call Jami at 856-264-9386 or email at specialevents4specialkids@gmail.com.

What: NJ Horse Association 
Where: DREAM Park – Main Arena 
When: June 23, 2019 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: Free to spectate
About: The New Jersey Horse Shows Association (NJHSA) is dedicated to Fostering horsemanship by furthering the art of riding and promoting the welfare of horses and ponies. Generating and enhancing general public interest and participation in equestrian activities in the State of New Jersey. Providing an incentive for competition through participation in the NJHSA Annual High Score Awards. All Breed Horse Show provides those seeking a fun and competitive environment with an excellent opportunity to participate in a major stock show. Classes include youth and adult divisions and feature English, Western, Trail, Equitation, Halter and Color classes.

What: NJ Quarter Horse Youth Association & Region 5 Championship 
Where: DREAM Park – Main Arena 
When: June 26-30, 2019 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: Free to spectate
About: Bring your family to the American Quarter Horse 2019 Merial AQHA Region 5 Championship, and NJ Quarter Horse Youth show at the Gloucester County DREAM Park in Logan Township on June 26 - 30, 2019.  Regional championships provide American Quarter Horse enthusiasts a chance to test their horse-showing skills and qualify for the AQHA Level 1 championships in a fun and rewarding environment. This regional championship on June 26, 2019 features a one-day event packed with a variety of classes, starting with Level 1 amateur showmanship at 8 a.m.  The regional championships offer an opportunity to gain experience in the show ring, and network with other talented riders across their region. 
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