Public Trail Rides

 
Public Trail Riding by Appointment Only!! -- These are WALK only Trail Rides 

 

WE ARE DONE FOR THE 2017 SEASON

2018 DATES WILL BE POSTED SOON

THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR 

 

Copy and Open Link in Browser to sign up 

 

https://campscui.active.com/orgs/SunnysideStables

 

  **NO PREGNANT RIDERS**

**WEIGHT RESTRICTION OF 220 LBS -- (we have scale on site)** 

PLEASE DON'T SHOW UP FOR A TRAIL RIDE IF YOU WEIGH MORE THAN THIS.  YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY

Join us for a 1-1/2 hour experience

You will groom, saddle and go for a scenic walking trail ride.


***24 Hour Cancellation Policy***

$60.00 per person 

$45/per person SPECIAL RUNNING NOW

 

If you have a gift card or a old Groupon, call me to sign up.  Thanks

 

    All riders must be able-bodied and able to hear and understand directions.
    Must be 7 years of age or older
    Maximum weight is 220 pounds
    No double riders.
    Closed toed shoes only (no sandals).
    Long pants.
    No cameras allowed on the trail ride (pictures may be taken before or after).
    No cell phones.
    ***Those arriving late will forfeit their ride...anyone arriving after the demonstration starts will not be allowed on the ride.

    All riders must be present at the riding demonstration before allowed on the trail***

 

 

 

 


Minnesota Equine Liability Law Sec 3 (604A.12) Livestock Activities:

Immunity From Liability Subdivision 1. Definitions.

For purposes of this section, the following terms have the meanings given them.
    "Inherent risks of livestock activities" means dangers or conditions that are an integral part of livestock activities, including: (1) the propensity of livestock to behave in ways that may result in death or injury to persons on or around them, such as kicking, biting, or backing; (2) the unpredictability of livestock's reaction to things like sound, sudden movement, unfamiliar objects, persons, or other animals; (3) natural hazards such as surface or subsurface conditions; or (4) collisions with other livestock or objects.
    "Livestock" means cattle, sheep, swine, horses, ponies, donkeys, mules, hinnies, goats, buffalo, llamas, or poultry.
    "Livestock activity" means an activity involving the maintenance or use of livestock, regardless of whether the activity is open to the general public, provided the activity is not performed for profit. Livestock activity includes (1) livestock production; (2) loading, unloading or transporting livestock; (3) livestock shows, fairs, competitions, performance, races, rodeos, or parades; (4) livestock training or teaching activities; (5) boarding, shoeing, or grooming livestock; or (6) riding or inspecting livestock or livestock equipment.
    "Livestock activity sponsor" means a person who sponsors, organizes or provides the facilities for a livestock activity that is open to the general public.
    "Participant" means a person who directly and intentionally engages in a livestock activity. "Participant" does not mean a spectator who is in an authorized area.

 

Subdivision 2. Immunity from Liability, except as provided in subdivision 3, a nonprofit corporation, association, or organization, or a person or other entity donating service, livestock or facilities, or equipment for the use of nonprofit corporation, association, or organization, is not liable for the death or injury to a participant resulting from the inherent risks of livestock activities. Subdivision 3. Exceptions. Subdivision 2 does not apply if any of the following exist: (1) the person provided livestock for the participant and failed to make reasonable efforts to determine the ability of the participant to safely engage in the livestock activity, or to determine the ability of the participant to safely manage the particular livestock based on the participants representations of the participant's ability; (2) the person provided the equipment or tact for the livestock and knew, or should have known, that it was faulty to the extent that it caused injury or death; (3) the person owns or leases the land upon which a participant was injured or died because of a man-made dangerous latent condition and failed to use reasonable care to protect the participant; (4) the person is a livestock activity sponsor and fails to comply with the notice requirement of subdivision 4; or (5) the act of omission of the person was willful or negligent. Subdivision 4. Posting Notice. A livestock activity sponsor shall post plainly visible signs at one or more prominent locations in the premises where the livestock activity takes place that include a warning of the inherent risks of the livestock activity and the limitation of liability under this section.