I have read and agree to adhere to the Shenanigans Farm Policies outlined below. *
REQUIRED RIDING GEAR
-Riders must use an approved USEF helmet that fits properly. No bike, ski, etc. helmets are allowed. Helmets are available to borrow at the farm if needed.
-Riders must wear paddock boots or shoes with a 1⁄4 - 1⁄2“ heel and a hard sole. Tennis shoes, rubber mud boots or high heels are not allowed when riding.
-Please wear warm clothes, gloves and boots. The indoor arena is protected from the elements but not heated, so warm clothes and layers are necessary.
-Arrive on time.
-Classes are cancelled if the temperature is above 90° or below 15°.
-Instructors need the complete attention of their students. Parents are encouraged watch their students from the upstairs Observation Room to eliminate distraction.
-No one is to enter the ring without permission.
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
-Only students that have a signed release form are allowed to handle, brush, ride, and participate in any Shenanigans Farm horse activities. All others need to stay in designated areas.
-All friends and family must stay in designated viewing areas; guests are not allowed in grooming areas, riding arenas, stalls or paddocks.
-Do not allow children to run, yell or scream. We have many horses and riders that may be startled by these activities.
-The speed limit through the farm is 5 MPH. We have many children, pets and horses that need to be kept safe from speeding cars.
-Please stay away from pond.
-Do not park on the grass.
-Leave your dogs at home.
-Please ask prior to petting or feeding any treats to any horses and ponies.
-One makeup date is offered per session.
-Students should notify Shenanigans Farm if they are unable to attend class.
Thank you for registering for Kingsbury Equestrian Club!
Class and waitlist spaces will be filled in the order in which registrations are submitted. Classes are held at neighboring Shenanigans Farm (3400 E. Oakwood Road, Oxford, Mich.). Students will learn about horsemanship and sportsmanship in a safe, positive and fun environment. Parents are responsible for transporting their children to the farm and must remain on the premises through the lesson.
Visit www.shenanigans.farm/kingsbury to view farm policies as well as a list of recommended equipment for riding.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Kristy Follett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mondays at 4 p.m. Plan to be at the barn until 5 p.m.
3/25/19 Makeup date for any lessons missed
$130 for 4-week class, due February 1. Checks should be made payable to ‘Shenanigans Farm’ be left in the upper school office for Kristy Follett. Spots not paid for by February 1 will be released to waitlisted students.
Notify your instructor or Kristy Follett if you are unable to attend class. Makeup sessions will be made available for excused or weather-related absences. Makeup lessons will need to be completed on the designated makeup day for your class. The scheduled makeup date is 3/25 for the Winter 2019 Session.