07-01-2012, 09:04 AM
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I'm also a small boarding barn, ADULT only, private and in my back yard, most of my boarders are older people who just want to relax, no kids. So that makes a difference probably. When you get older, you start to realize it's a sue happy society, lawyers will about take any case and everyone is looking for easy money. Not a risk I can take, not that there isn't a risk boarding horses, but at least I can minimize the risk by letting only themselves ride their own horses.
At least I am upfront about it, and they can decide if it's something they can live with if they board here or they can pass and move on the the next barn.