Recreational Safety when Trail Riding or Working with Horses involving a Riding Stables, Dude Ranches, Outfitters, Horseback Riding Stables, a Private Ranch, Recreational Horseback Rides or Private ownership.
Recreational Trail Riding and Working with Horses
Recreational Riding, working with and around horses can be a dangerous activity, which could result in a severe injury or death. Because of the unpredictable nature of horses. Safe Ride Every Ride “it starts with you,” and all associated with the production company will not assume any liability for your activities, related to this information contained in this video or website. This video and website and products sold on it provide basic instruction and information that may not be suitable for every rider or horse. No warranty is given as to the suitability of this instruction and information to you, or to anyone with whom you share this instruction and information. Furthermore, riding instructors, riding stables, Dude Ranches, Outfitters, Horseback Riding Stables, Private Ranches and Private Individuals using these techniques and information must assume all liability for sharing this information. Personal instruction may be more suitable for some individuals.
It is highly recommended that you:
- wear the appropriate attire, including a riding helmet, closed toed shoes and proper boots
- attempt a recreational ride on a sound, broke horse with a guide or an instructor
- make sure your horse and equipment are in good working condition and
- ride with supervision
- Let it be known to the provider of any riding facility if you have any health issues, such as allergies, allergic reactions, previous surgeries, heart conditions, asthma, back, neck or knee problems. Consult a physician to make sure that you are in good physical condition.
- All children should wear helmets 17yrs of age and under if you decline a helmet for children or teenagers. You are the responsible party! Common Sense-Common Pratice