Barn Hours: 8AM to 9PM (Mon-Sun) Veterinarians, farriers, trainers, and guests are asked to visit only during Barn Hours. Owners may come outside of these hours, however, please coordinate with SFF managers ahead of time whenever possible. Please, have respect for the Semper Fi Fields family that lives on the property and do not disturb the residents before/after posted hours.
Electric Fence: Assume that the electric fence is ON!! DO NOT touch it, even if you "think" it's off.
Quarantine Area: Do not pet, feed, or otherwise interact with a horse in quarantine unless it is your horse. If your horse is in quarantine, do not interact with any other horses on the property.
Respect others and their property – Do not “borrow” another Boarder’s property without permission
Respect the HORSES: remember they are animals and can be unpredictable and dangerous (please see Horse Safety Guidelines)
Do not feed, turn-out, walk, work, ride, saddle, injure, whip, harass, or otherwise use or interact with any horse that is not yours, unless given permission by it's owner
Helmets: Riders under 18 must wear an ASTM/SEI approved helmet with chinstrap properly secured
Appropriate footwear: Closed-toed shoes/boots should be worn when riding/working around horses
Riding: Ride only in designated areas and ride at your own risk
Report safety hazards, missing/broken items, & other concerns immediately to SFF staff
Clean up after your horse in common areas
Clean up after yourself in ALL areas
Close & Lock the gates behind you
If you borrow something from the community/shared items, return it to its proper place
No Dogs allowedin the barn or in the pastures
No Smoking, Drugs or Alcohol allowed on the premises
Weapons:Boarders & Guests may not bring weapons onto the premises
YOUR guests are YOUR responsibility
Participants & Guests must observe and follow all safety rules
Parents, control your children! Children under 14 must be supervised by an adult at all times
Do not climb on gates, fences, or stalls
YES! It's a barn, but please – NO HORSEPLAY!!
Safety consciousness and common sense are key.
If it doesn't seem like a safe thing to do... then don't do it!