1. Please drive slowly on the property, as there are many small animals, horses, and children in the stable area.
2.Remain quiet in and around the stables. Horses spook easily and everyday noises such as screaming, loud music, or a beeping horn can startle them. Visitors, including siblings, who are disruptive during a lesson, may be asked to step away from the ring.
3.Parents are welcome to stay and watch during lessons, or otherwise may drop students off and return at the end of the lesson. If parents stay, they may stand or sit outside of the arena to watch and listen. All though tempting, parents coaching from the sidelines can be distracting and frustrating to riders who are trying to concentrate on the task at hand.
4.Videotaping and picture taking of riders by their family members is welcomed. Videotapes can be extremely useful for riders to watch at home and assess the skills they are learning each week.
5.Visitors are welcome to watch riders from outside the ring, but are asked to remain outside of the stables and pastures for their own safety. Visitors are expected to follow stable rules while on the property.
Those that do not follow the rules will be asked to leave.