During the summer months many kids are active in camps and lessons to keep them busy when they're not in school.
One class in Bismarck is teaching youth how to properly care for and ride a horse.
Monday was the last day of the four day class.
Students spent the three days learning about horses, and today they finally got the chance to ride one.
"It's a program in which they can learn more about horses, we cover breeds, colors, the proper handling and care and management of a horse, we talk about the proper riding techniques," KaSondra Staiger said.
This is the second Junior Master Horseman class this summer.
The class consists of eight to 12 year olds, and for them their favorite part of the experience, is getting to ride.
"It's fun and I like to do it," 9-year-old Saige Klipfel said.
"It's fun and you, it's kind of like driving but I can't yet," 11-year-old Crystal Mills said.
The students were able to ride at Harmony Stables, organizers say they're looking into doing a second level class, possibly next summer.