901-867-8682

Boarding & Services Agreement

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 15, 2014.

Date:

December 15, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Mandy Stagg

Address

7379 Wendy St.
Bartlett, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Amanda Stagg

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mandy Stagg

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 15, 2014.

Date:

December 15, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Annie Giarla

Address

4324 Trenton Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Annie Giarla

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 15, 2014.

Date:

December 15, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Jenna McNair

Address

433 Tenacity Ct #201
Cordova, TN 38018

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Jenna McNair

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 16, 2014.

Date:

December 16, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Sharon Nicholls

Address

9825 N. Houston Oak Drive
Germantown, TN 38139

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

SharonNicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sharon Nicholls

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 17, 2014.

Date:

December 17, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Sarah Southworth

Address

1960 Lyndale Ave
Memphis, TN 38107

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Southworth

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 19, 2014.

Date:

December 19, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Priscilla Davis

Address

4157 Herons Landing Lane
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 22, 2014.

Date:

December 22, 2014

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Rachel Olney

Address

461 Ellsworth St
Memphis, TN 38111

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rachel Olney

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 6, 2015.

Date:

January 6, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Tara VanCleave

Address

4202 Eagle Hill Cv.
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 6, 2015.

Date:

January 6, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Meredith Ginley

Address

2154 Nelson Ave
Memphis, TN 38104

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith Ginley

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 7, 2015.

Date:

January 7, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

Address

1413 Vinton Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kathleen Terry-Sharp

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 7, 2015.

Date:

January 7, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Priscilla Davis

Address

4157 Herons Landing Lane
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Priscilla Davis

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 8, 2015.

Date:

January 8, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Poppy Doyle

Address

10365 Monroe Rd.
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Poppy Gunter Doyle

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 8, 2015.

Date:

January 8, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Heather Bell

Address

6307 Hawks Call Lane
Bartlett, TN 38135

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Heather Bell

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 11, 2015.

Date:

January 11, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Tara VanCleave

Address

4202 Eagle Hill Cv.
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Tara VanCleave

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 11, 2015.

Date:

January 11, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Rejina Fahhoum

Address

823 Rocky Hills Cove South
Cordova, TN 38018

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 11, 2015.

Date:

January 11, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Haley Wallace

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Tiffany Johnson

Address

1430 archstone dr
Cordova, TN 38016

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Wallace, Haley July 21, 2005 October 26, 2011 Blue care

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Tiffany Johnson

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 12, 2015.

Date:

January 12, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Stacie Ann Mosley

Address

42 Country Club Lane
Covington, TN 38019

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stacie Ann Mosley

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 12, 2015.

Date:

January 12, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Susan Atkins

Address

1765 North Parkway
Memphis, TN 38112

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan M. Atkins

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Atkins

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 12, 2015.

Date:

January 12, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Susan Nelson

Address

6820 McKinstry Rd.
Moscow, TN 38057

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelso

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Susan Nelson

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 13, 2015.

Date:

January 13, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Stephanie Barry

Address

9145 Pembroke Ellis Dr.
Bartlett, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Stephanie Barry

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 16, 2015.

Date:

January 16, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Brooke Abbott

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Celia Abbott

Address

3408 Bent Meadows Cove
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Celia Abbott

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Celia Abbott

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Abbott, Brooke November 26, 1999 April 27, 2011 United Health Care-911-87726-04/921461122

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Celia Abbott

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Celia Abbott

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Celia Abbott

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Celia Abbott

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 17, 2015.

Date:

January 17, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Cameron Zellner

Address

300 e wickliff creek rd
Eads, TN 38028

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Cameron Zellner

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 18, 2015.

Date:

January 18, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Kailey Snyder

Address

1422 River Rock Pl #301
Memphis, TN 38103

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kailey M. Snyder

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kailey Snyder

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 19, 2015.

Date:

January 19, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Shanna Beyer

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Jennifer Beyer

Address

106 Elm Creek Cove
Collierville, TN 38017

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Beyer, Shanna April 2, 1997 January 2, 2010 Bcbs FXF 153A22783

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Jennifer Beyer

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, March 2, 2015.

Date:

March 2, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Zana Ford

Address

25 Creek Fall Dr
Oakland, TN 38060

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Zana Ford

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 24, 2015.

Date:

August 24, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Brianna Wylie

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Address

8346 Windersville Drive
Bartlett, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Wylie, Brianna August 5, 2006 August 5, 2011 Atena

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 24, 2015.

Date:

August 24, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Brianna Wylie

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Address

8346 Windersville Drive
Bartlett, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Wylie, Brianna August 5, 2006 August 5, 2011 Aenta

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 24, 2015.

Date:

August 24, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Brianna Wylie

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Address

8346 Windersville Drive
Bartlett, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Wylie, Brianna August 5, 2006 August 5, 2011 Aneta

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brandon and Katey Wylie

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Katey & Brandon Wylie

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, October 20, 2015.

Date:

October 20, 2015

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Sarah Saunders

Address

1960 Lyndale Ave
Memphis, TN 38107

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

sarah saunders

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Sarah Saunders

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, January 4, 2016.

Date:

January 4, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Callie Castaing

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Josh Castaing

Address

6421 Renwood Loop
Arlington, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Castaing, Callie September 12, 2004 September 12, 2013 Cigna
U59165101 01

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Josh Castaing

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, June 13, 2016.

Date:

June 13, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Lilly Stagg

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

mandy stagg

Address

7379 Wendy St.
bartl, TN 38133

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

mandy stagg

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, June 13, 2016.

Date:

June 13, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Ellie Stagg

Address

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General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Ellie Stagg

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, June 22, 2016.

Date:

June 22, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Elizabeth Borden

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

John and Stephanie Borden

Address

4176 Herons Pond Lane
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

elizabeth borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

elizabeth borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

stephanie borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Borden, Elizabeth May 28, 2004 December 31, 2006 BCBS subscriber akl906454649

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

el1zabeth borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

elizabeth borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

elizabeth borden

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

John and Stephanie Borden

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, July 23, 2016.

Date:

July 23, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Rejina Fahhoum

Address

823 Rocky Hills Cove South
Cordova, TN 38018

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Rejina Fahhoum

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 3, 2016.

Date:

August 3, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Allison Weston

Address

8678 Overcup Oaks Dr.
Cordova, TN 38018

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Weston

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 12, 2016.

Date:

August 12, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Clare Manning

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Patricia Manning

Address

9775 Old Jackson Rd
Somerville, TN 38068

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am a parent of minor owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Patricia Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Clare E Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Patricia Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Authorization to Obtain Medical Treatment for Minor Child

Stable is hereby authorized to obtain any and all medical treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my minor child/children. Parent/Guardian agrees to bear any and all cost connected therewith. Trinity shall incur no financial liability for medical treatment obtained pursuant to this authorization.

Name of Child Date of Birth Tetanus Shot Health Insurance Carrier and Plan/ID #
Manning, Clare June 30, 1999 June 30, 1999 BCBS #YAQ868537943M

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Clare E Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Patricia Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Patricia Manning

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Patricia Manning

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, October 1, 2016.

Date:

October 1, 2016

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Allison Rayburn

Address

2574 Hocksett Cove
Germantown, TN 38139

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Allison Rayburn

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, June 4, 2017.

Date:

June 4, 2017

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Kelsey Sloan

Address

56 N McLean Blvd #3
Memphis, TN 38104

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelsey Sloan

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, August 10, 2017.

Date:

August 10, 2017

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Meredith DeLeeuw

Address

473 Sharon Drive
Memphis, TN 38122

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Meredith DeLeeuw

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, March 28, 2018.

Date:

March 28, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Brittany Downey

Address

2713 Bending Elm Dr, Cordova, TN
Cordova, TN 38016

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Brittany Downey

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, April 23, 2018.

Date:

April 23, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Stephanie Huwer

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Address

1388 Wolf Ridge Drive
Collierville, TN 38017

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Stephanie Huwer

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, May 14, 2018.

Date:

May 14, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Elizabeth Purdy

Address

5576 Lamb Rd
Arlington, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

E. Purdy

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Elizabeth Purdy

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, October 4, 2018.

Date:

October 4, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Samantha Albert

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Address

4975 Helene Road
MEMPHIS, TN 38117

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha L Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Samantha L Albert

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha L Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Samantha L Albert

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha L Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Samantha L Albert

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha L Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Samantha L Albert

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Not my horse – defer to Abbot family if answers do not align

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Samantha L Albert

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Samantha L Albert

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, October 25, 2018.

Date:

October 25, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Grace Nelson

Parent/Legal Guardian’s First & Last Name

Nelson

Address

3562 mimosa ave
Memphis, TN 38111

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Grace Bazan Nelson

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian

Grace Bazan Nelson

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 24, 2018.

Date:

December 24, 2018

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Kelly Schaefer

Address

320 cedar post cove
Collierville, TN 38017

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Kelly Schaefer

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, March 17, 2019.

Date:

March 17, 2019

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Michelle Curley

Address

123 River Bridge Lane Apt 203
Memphis, TN 38103

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michelle Curley

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, June 17, 2019.

Date:

June 17, 2019

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Chelsea Gill

Address

680 Harbor Bend Rd. #203
Memphis, TN 38103

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Chelsea Gill

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, July 31, 2019.

Date:

July 31, 2019

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Dana Williams

Address

3929 Herons Retreat Cove
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Dana Williams

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, December 10, 2019.

Date:

December 10, 2019

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Michele Jester

Address

304 FaulkRoad
Millington, TN 38053

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

YES, my horse IS a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Michele Jester

This agreement, by and between Trinity Farm, L.L.C, hereinafter referred to as “Trinity Farm” or TF located at 10365 Monroe Road, Lakeland, TN 38002 and the individual or individuals undersigned, hereinafter referred to as “Boarder”, “Owner”, or “Rider” on this day, July 21, 2020.

Date:

July 21, 2020

Boarder Information

First & Last Name

Mary Gallant

Address

10193 Ivy Oak Lane Lane
Lakeland, TN 38002

General Terms & Conditions

  1. Deposit, Fees, Term, and Location. Boarder acknowledges and accepts those terms set forth in the Trinity Farm Price List on the date above as issued by Trinity Farm, whether said rates be daily, weekly, or monthly. Payment shall be issued in accordance with that rate schedule on a timely basis. A deposit in the amount of the monthly board fee will be due with the first month’s board. The deposit is non-refundable, and will be redeemed as last month’s board. Any charges not paid by the tenth of each month will be subject to a finance charge of 10% of the amount owed. In the event the horse is removed from the premises for any reason and returned, this agreement shall be deemed reinstated at rates applicable at the time of return. Trinity Farm may notify Boarder within fifteen (15) days of the horse’s arrival if the horse, in the Farm’s opinion is deemed to be dangerous or undesirable for Farm’s establishment. In such case, Boarder shall be solely responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days of said notice and for all fees incurred during the horse’s presence upon the premises. This Contract shall be deemed terminated and concluded upon the payment of all fees. It is the responsibility of the boarder to make copies of all signed documents for their records.
  2. Description of Horse(s) to be Boarded. Boarder agrees to submit a fully complete Owner/Boarder Information Sheet (as included in this contract) for each horse boarded. The terms and conditions shall apply to each and every horse boarded. Horses that are known cribbers or are later found to be cribbing, will be required to wear a cribbing collar at all times while boarded and the owners will be responsible for wear and tear to the stall boards and fencing caused by cribbing.
  3. Feed, Facilities, and Services. Stable agrees to provide adequate feed and facilities for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horses. Special grain, hay, and supplements will be provided at the cost of the boarder. Boarder acknowledges they have inspected the facilities and finds same in safe and proper order. The standard services (found in the Trinity Farm Price List) to be provided herein and the charges therefore are as posted and are subject to change with adequate notice. Boarders will be responsible for damage to stalls, that is deemed not normal wear and tear.
  4. Risk of Loss and Standard of Care. During the time that the horse(s) is/are in custody of TF, TF shall not be liable for any sickness, disease, theft, death or injury which may be suffered by the horse(s) or any other cause of action, whatsoever, arising out of or being connected in any way with the boarding of said horse(s), except in the event of negligence on the part of TF, its agents, and/or employees. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse(s) Boarder, or Boarder’s guest, may receive on Trinity Farm’s premises. The Boarder fully understands that TF is not expected to carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft or equine morality insurance, and that all risks connected with boarding or for any other reason for which the horse(s) in the possession of, and on the premises of TF are to be borne by the Boarder. Trinity Farm strongly recommends equine morality insurance be obtained by Boarder and that a certificate of insurance be furnished to TF; the absence of such certificate shall result in an election of self insurance by the Boarder. In no event shall TF be liable to Boarder for equine death or injury in an amount in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) per horse. Boarder agrees to obtain equine insurance for any horse valued in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), at Boarder’s expense, or forego any claim for amounts in excess of Five-Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). Boarder agrees to disclose this entire agreement to Boarder’s insurance company and provide TF with the company’s name, address and policy number. Failure to disclose insurance information shall be at Boarder’s risk.
  5. Hold Harmless. Boarder agrees to hold Trinity Farm harmless from any and all claims arising from damage or injury caused by the Boarder’s horse(s) to anyone, and defend TF from any such claims. Boarder agrees to disclose any and all hazardous or dangerous propensities of the horse(s) boarded with TF.
  6. Emergency Care. Trinity Farm agrees to attempt to contact Boarder should TF feel that medical treatment is needed for said horse(s), but, if TF is unable to contact Boarder, TF is then authorized to secure emergency, veterinary, and farrier care as may be reasonably believed, honestly and fairly, to be at that time required for the health and well-being of said horse(s). All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Boarder. TF shall assume that Boarder desires surgical care if recommended by a veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness, unless stable is instructed herein or on Boarder’s information sheets, by Boarder that the horse(s) is/are not surgical candidates. Boarder agrees to notify TF of any and all changes of addresses, emergency telephone numbers, itineraries or other information reasonably necessary to contact Boarder in the event of an emergency. In the event Boarder departs for vacation or is otherwise unavailable, prior to departure Boarder shall notify TF as to what party is authorized to make decisions in the Boarder’s place with regard to the health, well-being, and/or medical treatment of the horse(s).
  7. Limitation of Actions. Any action or claim brought by Boarder against TF for breech of this Contract or for loss due to negligence must be brought within one (1) year of the date such claim or loss occurs. It is a material inducement for TF to accept Boarder’s horse(s) that Boarder intends and agrees to this private limitation of actions.
  8. Shoeing and Worming. Boarder agrees to provide the necessary shoeing and worming of the horse(s) as is reasonably necessary, at Boarder’s expense. Boarder agrees to provide TF with all health records with regard to the horse(s). Boarder agrees to have the horse(s) wormed and vaccinated on a regular schedule and provide proof if requested. TF will bill expenses to the boarder.
  9. Coggins Test. Boarder warrants that Boarder owns the horse(s) and will provide proof satisfactory to TF of the negative Coggins test upon request.
  10. Changes or Termination of this Agreement. It is agreed by the parties that this Agreement may be changed or terminated upon thirty (30) days notice, regardless of the rental period. All notices must be issued in writing. Boarders that leave without written and received notice will be assessed a full months board as per the current Trinity Farm Price List. The posting of updated rate schedules in a general or open place in TF’s tack room shall constitute notice of any and all rate changes or regulation changes as may be deemed appropriate by TF.
  11. Rules and Regulations. The Boarder agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of Trinity Farm. In the event someone other than the Boarder shall call for the horse(s), such person shall have written authority signed by the Boarder to obtain said horse(s). Boarder is responsible for reading and keeping a copy of Rules and Regulations.
  12. Property in Storage on Trinity Farm’s Premises. Boarder may store certain tack and equipment on the premises of TF but they must be stored either in personal tack box or approved container. TF shall not be responsible for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment or other property stored at TF as same is stored at the Boarder’s risk. TF shall not be liable for the theft, loss, damage, or disappearance of any tack or equipment taken to horse shows or clinics. Hooks, cabinets, and any items permanently attached to tack shed door, walls or shelving must remain so removal does not cause damage.
  13. Inherent Risks and Assumption of Risk. The undersigned Boarder and all guests of Boarder, acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.
  14. Enforceability of Contract. In the event one or more parts of this Contract are found to be unenforceable or illegal, a court of competent jurisdiction may sever such provisions so that the other portions hereof shall be deemed in full force and effect.

Release of Liabilty

Status of Person Responsible

I am an adult owner/rider

The undersigned acknowledges there are inherent risks associated with equine activities, and hereby expressly assumes all risks associated with participating in such activities. The inherent risks include, but are not limited to the propensity of equines to behave in ways such as, running, bucking, biting, kicking, shying, stumbling, rearing, falling or stepping on, that may result in an injury, harm or death to persons on or around them; the unpredictability of equine’s reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, persons or other animals; certain hazards such as the surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other animals; the limited availability of emergency medical treatment; and the potential of a participant or act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within such participant’s ability.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant

Rider acknowledges that horses, by their very nature are unpredictable and subject to animal whim. Rider assumes all risks in connection therewith, and expressly waives any claims for any injury or loss arising therefore. Rider agrees to abide by and follow TF’s rules and regulations, which shall be posted and/or available from time to time. Rider further acknowledges that the behavior of any animal is contingent to some extent upon the ability of Rider. Rider assumes all risks therefore and warrants a full and fair disclosure of Rider’s abilities has been made to TF.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant

Rider (or Rider’s parent or guardian) agree to hold harmless, indemnify and defend TF against any and all claims, demands, causes or action, damages, judgments, orders costs or expenses, including attorney’s fees, which may in any way arise from or be in any way connected with Rider’s use of or presence upon the property Trinity Farm and the facilities located thereon.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant

In the event Rider is using Rider’s own horse, Rider warrants said horse shall be free from infection, contagious or transmittable diseases. Trinity Farm reserves the right to refuse access or use of any horse upon the premises that does not appear to TF to be in good health, or is deemed by Trinity Farm dangerous or undesirable. Rider agrees to waive the protection of any applicable statutes in this jurisdiction whose purpose, substance and/or effect is to provide that a general release shall not extend to claims, material or otherwise, which the person giving the release does not know or suspect to exist at the time of executing said release.

Protective Equestrian Headgear Agreement – Release of Liability

SEI Certified – ASTM Equestrian Helmet will be worn while mounted at all times during all TF acitivies.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant

Authorization to Obtain Emergency Veterinarian and/or Farrier Treatment

Management is hereby authorized to obtain any and all emergency veterinary and/or farrier treatment TF deems reasonably necessary for my horse. Owner agrees to bear any cost connected therewith and shall pay promptly upon billing by the veterinary care provider and/or farrier. All costs of such care secured shall be paid by Owner. Trinity Farm shall incur no financial responsibility or liability for veterinarian treatment or farrier services obtained pursuant to this authorization. Stable shall have a right to act on a reputable presumption that Owner desires surgical care if recommended by a registered veterinarian in the event of colic, or other life-threatening illness or situation, unless Stable is instructed herein that the horse is not a surgical candidate.

Statement of Surgical Candidacy

NO, my horse is NOT a surgical candidate

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant

Entire Agreement. This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, or representations, verbal or implied, are included herein unless specifically stated in written agreement. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of Tennessee, and shall be enforced and interpreted in accordance with the laws of said State. ALL OWNERS AND PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS, OR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR SUCH PARTIES, MUST SIGN BELOW AFTER READING THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT. BOTH SPOUSES MUST SIGN FOR THEMSELVES. I/WE THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND DO UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AGREEMENT, WARNINGS, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE AGREEMENT. I/WE FURTHER ATTEST THAT ALL STATED FACTS ARE TRUE AND ACCURATE.

Signature of Boarder/Rider

Printed Name of Boarder/Rider

Mary Gallant