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post #1 of 2 Old 06-25-2011, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Riding release form....help!

I am going to have someone a little more experienced ride my horse untill I am ready to canter him. My boyfriend knows someone who grew up around horses and we are going to have him do it. He came once and it went really well! He is an adult (21) But my parents want me to have him sign a paper so we are not liable if something were to happen. They also have a business to protect. Do release forms completely protect you from being liable of injury or death. Also are there any other things do to keep myself and my parents from being liable? Can anyone tell me where I can find one of these release forms for PA or tell me a link where I could print one out? Do these release forms vary state to state. Is there a "master copy" so to say? I found some but they were all for people riding their own horse on another persons property. Thanks for the help
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post #2 of 2 Old 06-25-2011, 04:37 PM
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here is a printable form i found online, if you don't want this one just search for printable ones. Printable Rider Release Form --you will have to change a few things on it(names etc,) you can change it on computer program or just use white out. **you may also want to get a liability sign to post where it is noticable, just another precaution for is something would happen, then you could take pictures to prove it was there, to show in court. (if something were to happen)-- Equine Liability Signs - Horse.com
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