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Under Massachusetts law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to section 2D of chapter 128 of the General Laws.
By signing this form, I hereby acknowledge that I have familiarized myself with the activities that I, my children, and children under my care, will be allowed to participate in, and that I do hereby acknowledge and agree that I will participate in these activities without restriction or limitation. Regardless of the temperament or size of the horse, I recognize the inherent risks involved in riding and working with horses and animals, including but not limited to:
Bites, kicks, abrasions or contusions from horses, or being thrown or bucked off.
Scratches or other injury from stalls or enclosures, grooming tools, or equine tack.
Allergic reactions to animals, hay, or other allergens.
Tripping in holes or on materials or equipment
Slipping, falling, or otherwise being injured in the barn, in stalls, or on the grounds, which can be slippery, muddy, wet, or contain or present other hazards.
Moving parts in equine drawn cart - Other animals (goats, cows, rabbits, chickens, etc) may intentionally or playfully mouth or accidentally scratch, bite, kick, or buck if startled.
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