SAFETY RULES OF HYBID FARM
For the safety of the children and horses, we ask that only students who will be riding, or helpers assisting with lessons, enter the barn during lesson times. However, parents are encouraged to join riders and instructors at the riding ring to watch their children ride. They will appreciate the support!
- We ask all parents to direct questions to the instructors before or after your child’s lesson, so as to not disrupt the class.
- We follow the safety rules of the American Association of Horsemanship Safety and, therefore, all riders must wear ASTM/SEI certified helmets and sturdy shoes or boots with a heel. No sneakers, sandals or slip-on shoes are permitted.
- For the safety of the children and horses we ask that all dogs remain in your car.
- No smoking is permitted on the Hybid premises, especially in or near the barn.
OUR WORD ABOUT OUR PRIORITIES
Human Safety is FIRST
Horse Safety is SECOND
Everything Else is THIRD
Under Massachusetts Law, an equine professional, event sponsor, or facility owner is not liable for an injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities, pursuant to Chapter 128, Section 2d of the General Laws.