Back to school...
Posted on 02 Sep 2007
Thank you to” Miss Deb” for another great year of summer camp. This was Malachi’s 7th annual summer session and camp director Debbie Grahl once again provided a safe, educational and memorable experience for all the campers. We are so grateful and blessed to have her as part of our staff and parents have expressed the same appreciation. We all agree our family of horses deserve the most gratitude since they truly are the heart and soul of our program. We wish everyone a successful new school year. Some of our students have expressed a desire to pursue equestrian careers including veterinary medicine. We are happy to be a part of their lives in nurturing those dreams. Congratulations to those that have graduated and are exploring new adventures!

SUMMER CAMP 2010 HORSEBACK RIDING CAMP IS HERE!!!
Posted on 02 Sep 2007
If your child (ages 5-14) loves horses, then Camp Malachi horseback riding camp is the place to be this summer. This is our 11th year of summer camp. As she does every year, director Deborah Grahl (Miss Deb) has many special events planned for the campers. We are very proud of the program she has developed, and we've added new horses and riding disciplines to our program to enhance your equestrian's knowledge and skills. Please call us for more details...954-255-7185. Our facility is conveniently located to the cities of Coral Springs, Parkland, Coconut Creek, Boca Raton, Pompano beach and the beaches, off of Wiles Road, west of State Road 7 (441).

Grown-Ups Camp!
Posted on 01 Sep 2007
By popular demand, on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Malachi Acres and a number of determined women enjoyed our first CAMP for “GROWN-UPS”. Several of the campers were moms of Malachi students and learned first hand the efforts involved in caring for and preparing a horse for riding. Once grooming and tacking up were complete, with helmets on, together with the help of instructor Donice Muccio they learned the baby steps of riding…walk, stop and steer. Before the session was over they all got to try their hand at trotting; one at a time of course, since it was the first time or a LONG time that they were in an English saddle. After the horses were cleaned then retired for the day, we all relaxed and enjoyed some snacks and organic frozen fruit smoothies. Conversation was all about horses, what else! <br /><br /><br /><center><img border="0" align="none" alt="" src="http://malachiacres.com/news/data/upimages/IMG_1580.jpg"></center>

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