Please fill out this form in advance to your upcoming event. Once completed we will email you a printable version which you need to sign and bring to your upcoming event. Doing this in advance is very helpful and really speeds things upon your arrival. We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
If you are over the age of 18 and filling this form for yourself only please enter your name as the both the participant and parent/ guardian
I, (parent/ guardian), individually and in my capacity as legal guardian of (participant) hereby release and hold harmless Glen Everson (do we need all the staff names?) and Sunset Trails Stables, LLC, all owners and agents of a lesson horse and/or privately owned horse being used for a "lesson horse", from any and all liability as a result of any injury or loss sustained by (participant) while on or off the property of Sunset Trails Stables, Lee's Summit, Missouri. I also release and hold harmless the above mentioned parties from any liability as a result of any negligent acts or any injuries or losses sustained by (participant) while riding, taking horseback riding lessons, free riding, or handling any horse, improvements, or mechanical/ equine equipment kep on the property of Sunset Trails Stables (or off property at any horse show or trail ride). I also assume full responsibility for the actions of any and all observers I bring to the Sunset Trails property and I fully understand the risks of having observers (youth or adult) or guests on the Sunset Trails property.
This release and hold harmless agreement is valid regardless of the ownership of the horse(s), improvement(s), or equipment, ridden or used or handled, regardless of whether the horseback riding occurs on or off the property of Sunset Trails Stables.
I hereby represent that I am the guardian of (participant and/or guest) and that I have exclusive authority to release and hold harmless the parties herein above mentioned for any injuries or losses sustained by (participant and/ or guest).
I further grant to the above-mentioned parties the authority to seek treatment for (participant). This authorization is perpetual and a photocopy [digital copy] shall constitute an original.
Under Missouri State Law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting in inherent risk of equine activities pursuant to the Revised Statutes of Missouri.