What To Bring

Foxfield clinic is for all members of your family. You can trust our doctors as they are not only qualified but also warmhearted and you feel our care immediately. We have been looking after our patients in Sacramento-Roseville and the adjacent region for over 30 years. All the physicians, health professionals and other members of our team try to do their best to give you top quality medical services.

When you become a patient in Foxfield clinic, you also become a partner in the medical procedure. Our specialist give you full information about the things we do thus involving you in the process of the treatment. Don't hesitate to ask any questions that concern you. We will be ready to help you anytime.

We have a lot of feedbacks all of which notice that we have a very personal approach to each of our patients. We give our word that in Foxfield clinic you will always get our special attention, the highest quality of care and you will never be disappointed.

In our clinic we have more than eighty doctors and you can receive and a large spectrum of medical services.

Below are some suggestions on what campers should bring to camp.

  • Riding Clothes & Equipment
  • Regulation harness hard hat
  • Please, no bicycle helmets
  • Riding crop


  • Jodphurs or breeches
  • Riding jacket
  • White shirt or ratcatcher
  • Paddock or tall boots
  • Clothes
  • 2 pairs pajamas
  • 8 pairs underpants
  • 8 pairs socks
  • 5 pairs jeans
  • Fewer if camper brings riding pants
  • Teeshirts
  • 2 Polo shirts
  • If camper doesn’t have ratcatchers
  • Shorts
  • Sweater
  • Sweatshirt
  • Jacket
  • Bathing suit
  • Beach towel
  • Sneakers
  • Toiletries
  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
  • Laundry bag
  • Labeled with camper’s name
  • Washcloths
  • 3 bath towels
  • Shampoo
  • Sunscreen – a must!
  • Hairbrush & Comb

For Twin Size Bed

  • 2 pillowcases
  • Lightweight sleeping bag
  • 2 sheets, 2 pillowcases & 2 blankets
  • Pillow and bedspread will be provided

For Stables

  • All grooming tools, saddles, bridles, etc. will be provided for school horses.
  • Any student may bring her own equipment, but everything must be clearly marked with her name.
  • Foxfield is not responsible for lost or damaged tack or clothing.

Campers bringing their own Horses

Campers may bring their own horses for an additional per-session charge. Stalls are limited and are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Price includes individual box stall and alfalfa hay fed twice per day. Different diet, extra feed or grain must be provided by the camper and brought in covered containers with name and lock.

Campers with their own horses must bring a tack box, saddle and bridle. There is a storage room available for the saddle and bridle.

Every horse must have a health certificate stating that all shots are current.

Horses must vacate stalls by 10:00 a.m. the day after camp ends