01-27-2009, 05:58 PM
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Most stables do have a waiver that is signed when boarders have guests out. It is a large liability to the owner of the barn when there are foreign individuals on the property. Age should not matter, if they are over 18 it just means that a parents signature is not needed. If one of your guests were to get injured, or even claim they were injured in any way, your barn owner could face a lawsuit, in turn risking his business. It's a bummer that they feel uncomfortable, but I would contact him before hand at let him know that you will be having a guest and make sure that it is okay with him first. Then perhaps ask him about a waiver?