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Advance Guest Information

In order to get things organized in advance, we must have certain information prior to your arrival. Please fill out all the information below and submit it to us as soon as possible. Your information will be kept in confidence.

Arrival time – check-in after 4:30pm on Sunday
Departure date - check-out by 9:00am on the following Saturday

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Guest Riding Information

In order to match you and your family with the horses best suited to your abilities we need you to rate yourselves using the scale below. It is important that you do not overrate your abilities as this is dangerous both for yourself and others. Please read the levels and their descriptions carefully and choose the one that fits each individual the best. Remember, when in doubt choose a lower level! While most of our horses will meet you at your level, if you are overrated, you may be assigned a horse that you are not ready for and thus you run the heightened risk of injury, or causing injury. We can always make changes throughout the week if you are ready to advance, and this is a much safer way to do it. Please remember that we do have a weight limit of 240lbs.

RTR Riding Experience Scale—each level implies qualification at the previous levels:

Level 1: This is people who have never ridden or who have ridden very little. They have never or very seldom trotted, and never loped. If you don’t know those terms, this is the group for you! Level 1 is also for folks who have not ridden in many years or who have physical limitations.

Level 2: This level is for folks who have ridden enough to feel relatively comfortable, have done some trotting and/or very limited loping. You know the basics but need plenty of instruction and guidance.

Level 3 and 3+: Level 3 riders can control their horses and are comfortable with trotting and loping although they too will need instruction. You are a strong Level 3 rider (3+) if you feel very comfortable on a horse but don’t ride on a regular basis. This will be the level for many of our regular return guests.

Level 4: Folks at Level 4 ride regularly and feel able to handle almost any horse from beginner to advanced - remember the horse is very often a reflection of the rider! Level 4 riders are very proficient at any gait and in any situation or terrain. *Remember that we would rather move you to a more advanced horse as needed rather than have you overrate yourself and be on a horse you are not ready for. It is not worth getting hurt or causing someone else to get hurt.

Level 5: This is our most advanced level and is only for people who are truly competent and experienced riders, and who ride on a very regular basis. These folks need to feel totally comfortable on any horse in any situation and to be able to ride to the horse’s fullest potential. Again, it is only for genuinely extremely experienced riders.

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**Return guests, we will try to accommodate your specific horse requests but we will put you with the horse we feel is most suited to your ability level.

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