Important Information for you:

Waivers
Acknowledgement of Risk and Release of Liability forms
must be filled out and signed by all participants/guardians 

You will be given a copy at the beginning of your first lesson.

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What to bring & wear for riding

  • Closed toe foot wear is a must.  Low heeled boots work great

  • Long pants are a must, eg. comfortable jeans

  • Extra clothing suitable for weather changes is very helpful

  • ASTM/SEI Certified Helmets are a must.  We have these available to rent @ $3 per ride

  • A water bottle is recommended, particularly on warm days  

  • Other items to consider:  bug spray, sun lotion
     

Information we need from you:

  • Age, height and weight

  • Any injuries, disabilities, allergies etc... that would be helpful
    for us to know

  • A brief overview of your horse experience and anything in particular that you would like to work on

  • Contact phone number

  • And it's always interesting to hear how you heard about us

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Dogs
Keeping in mind that our own dogs (and cats & chickens) have free range of the farm, we welcome you to bring your well behaved dog along, provided they are on a leash :-)

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