Repairs, maintenance problems, complaints, accidents, injuries, damages or supplies needed should be brought to our attention as soon as possible, especially if it is a safety hazard.
Each individual is responsible for her/his own tack.
Report any change of address, telephone number or horse status to management. If you board or lease a horse and plan to leave town, please advise management where you can be reached and what arrangements you have made for your horse.
All riders under 18 must ALWAYS wear a helmet when riding.
No jumping allowed unless a trainer is present or has given consent.
If gate is closed when you come in, please reclose gate. Please wait for “O.K.” before entering arena. When preparing to exit arena, please look around to make sure no one is coming towards the door at the time.
Anyone handling or riding a horse must sign a “Hold Harmless Agreement”. Extras will always be kept in the office to be signed and left. This includes guests. You are responsible for your guests.
There are no restrictions on times of days of riding, however, if you are riding during feeding time, remember that 1. Your horse may be cranky and 2. You are responsible for verifying the feeding and turn out of your horse.
No plug in appliance allowed without permission from trainer .
No loud noises or running in the the barn areas so as to avoid spooking the horses.
Children must be closely supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
Stable management will assign stalls and paddocks to boarders. No changes between boarders allowed. The stalls and paddocks are assigned to assure a harmonious living arrangement for every horse.
No one may ride, handle, feed or use any supplies of any horse other than their own without express permission from the owner or trainer.
All beverages are to be in cans or plastic containers, NO GLASS.
Breakaway halters are mandatory for all boarded horses.
Please only ride in designated areas. Do not ride in trails alone. Make sure adult knows when and where you are trail riding. Even better, bring a cell phone.
Horses should not be left unattended in cross ties.
Speed limit on the property is 10 MPH. Please watch for deaf dogs and other wandering animals.
Pets other than horses are asked to please stay home. We have plenty!! It’s dangerous for riders and for the animals that live here as well as the guest pet that doesn’t understand the dangers of a horse’s back legs.
Do not ever feed anything to any horse other than your own. Some of the horses are on special diets and some of them may have stomach problems.
Do not tie your horse with your reins.
Always check your tack before riding. The stable will not be responsible for the quality of your tack and will not be held responsible for any injury, accident, and/or death associated with tack in ill repair.