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- If you are sick or think you may have been exposed, STAY HOME! You must notify management, Mary Ann or Michala, if you start showing symptoms, particularly if you have been at the barn within the previous 10 days. This will allow us to do a thorough disinfection and warn others who may have been exposed.
- MASKS ARE REQUIRED when in the barns and in close proximity to others. This includes beginner riders who are generally being led or in otherwise close proximity. More advanced riders may remove their masks while riding, as being on the horse keeps them distanced from others.
- Non-riders are not permitted to enter the barn unless making a payment or assisting their young child. Anyone in the barn must be wearing closed-toed shoes.
- Do not enter the barn until your lesson time, as to avoid an overcrowded aisle during lesson change over. Please leave the aisle as soon as your lesson is done and you have finished cleaning your tack; do not “hang out” to socialize inside the barns.
- We’re committed to frequent cleaning and disinfecting of our common areas, but we ask that you do not congregate in groups. The lounge and loft areas are closed unless you need to make a payment or conduct specific business. The rosters have been hung outside in the aisle for easy access.
- Please wash your hands frequently. Do not touch your face.
- Please read all signs while in the barn and keep an eye out for any signs deeming an area closed or off limits; for ex. loft, office, observation decks, etc.
- If you are unable to attend lessons due to a COVID related reason, contact Mary Ann by email, email@example.com, to extend the expiration on your lessons.