CHAMBERS PINES FARM, LLC
CHAMBERS EQUINE SERVICES

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Chambers_Liability_Release_Form0001.pdf
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Recommend for boarding in Colorado Springs -  http://www.prairiespringsfarm.com/

PRAIRIE_SPRINGS_FARM_RELEASE0001.pdf
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PLEASE PRINT AND COMPLETE AND SIGN THE ABOVE FORMS PRIOR TO FIRST LESSON AND BRING ORIGINALS TO MISS ELLEN.

SAFETY FIRST -

ALL RIDERS AND QUESTS ARE REQUIRED TO READ AND COMPLETE THE LIABILITY AND RELEASE FORM.  PLEASE NOTE PROPER AND CURRENT RIDING HELMETS AND BOOTS ARE REQUIRED. EXPECT THE FIRST LESSON TO BE  SAFETY ORIENTED.  IF YOU NEED HELP FINDING THE RIGHT HELMET OR BOOTS, LET ME KNOW. 

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Horse Hoof Care Tips

Says Scott Fleming, DVM, of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, in Lexington, Kentucky:

  • Be an educated horse owner who actively engages your veterinarian and farrier in decision-making.
  • Be an ambassador for your farrier and veterinarian’s relationship/­communication.
  • Employ good animal husbandry by removing potentially dangerous debris from paddocks and pens and picking out stalls and hooves daily.
  • Maintain a healthy shoeing/trimming cycle that’s appropriate for your particular horse and his activities.
  • Employ a farrier that practices and promotes sound principles of farriery.
  • Actively evaluate your horse as he ages for signs of metabolic disease. Learn the signs and preventive measures that can potentially mitigate the devastating effects of laminitis due to equine metabolic syndrome.
 
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