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Procedures and safety rules applicable to the leisure stable.

R-1 Regulations for conducting activities at the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse

Applicable to Leisure department, racing department Implementation date July 20th, 2020
Person responsible for supervision Leisure Riding Department Manager Date of last update July 20th, 2020

 

Abstract

Regulations for conducting activities at the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse

Regulations

    1. The activities are conducted at the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse
    2. Only persons who do not have any medical contraindications to participate in leisure and sports activities (horseback riding) may participate in them (this also applies to the adults).
    3. A person who purchases a ticket for an activity for a minor thus confirms that he or she:
      1. is a person authorised to enrol a minor for the activities,
      2. agrees that in the absence of a legal guardian of the minor, the Instructor may decide on actions to be taken in situations that might be hazardous to the health and life of the minor participating in the activities,
      3. accepts the fact that during the activities an instructor employed by the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse is responsible for the safety of the child.
    4. By purchasing a ticket for the activities, the customer declares that he or she is aware that horse riding is a high-risk sport and involves the possibility of an injury, even involving tragic consequences.
    5. Fees for services offered by the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse are specified in the price list attached to the Ordinance of the President of Wrocław.
    6. Riding lessons are conducted by an instructor with appropriate qualifications – at least a physical leisure instructor specialising in horseback riding.
    7. During activities horses may be led by trained persons who are over 14 years of age, under the control of an instructor with appropriate qualifications.
    8. Horseback riding will take place on appropriately prepared ponies and large leisure horses, which are selected by the instructor for the participants of the activities depending on their level of advancement.
    9. Horseback riding takes place depending on the weather and the level of advancement of the participants in indoor arenas, open yards or in the field.
    10. Children from 3 years of age, teenagers and adults can participate in the activities, provided that they do not have any health contraindications to practise horseback riding (in case of any doubts a medical consultation is necessary).
    11. Each participant of horseback riding activities should wear an appropriate outfit for horseback riding compatible with with safety requirements, i.e.: a helmet with a three-point buckle, low-heeled shoes and trousers to protect the legs from abrasion. In addition, it is recommended to use chaps to protect legs against abrasion, as well as gloves. The Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse provides participants with protective headgear.
    12. For safety reasons, participants are required to tie up their hair and take off any jewellery (especially rings, long earrings, etc.) for the duration of the activities.
    13. It is mandatory to wear a protective helmet with a functional three-point buckle. Those who do not comply with this requirement will not be allowed to participate in the activities.
    14. In the case of individual activities (on a lunge line, individual training) arriving more than 15 minutes late, and in the case of group classes, any delay may result in the instructor refusing to conduct the activities.
    15. A participant in horseback riding activities may not do the following without the express consent of an instructor or a stable employee:
      • enter the horse boxes in which horses are present,
      • remove horses from boxes,
      • feed the horses (the instructor’s consent should be obtained for possible rewarding horses with treats).
    16. During activities, each participant should follow the instructions and guidelines provided by the instructor, with full caution and while trying not to create hazardous situations for himself/herself, other participants and horses.
    17. Each participant in the activities or a person staying in the stable and the riding arena should comply with the binding safety rules, including the applicable Stable, Indoor Riding Arena and Training Yards Regulations.
    18. Persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to participate in the activities.
    19. The instructor is responsible for qualifying a participant to take part in specific activities in each case.
    20. In a situation where the life or health of a participant is at risk, the instructor must immediately call an ambulance and shall notify the participant’s legal guardian (if he or she is a minor). Until the arrival of the relevant services, the instructor should provide first aid to the injured person.
    21. The Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse will not be liable for any items and valuables left unattended by participants on its premises.
    22. The Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse does not provide accident insurance for participants. It is recommended that participants have their own accident insurance.
    23. Please send any comments and suggestions by e-mail to the following address: rekreacja@torpartynice.pl
    24. The child’s parent/guardian should provide the instructor with information on potential psychological and physical limitations that may affect the course of activities.

 

R-2 Leisure stable regulations at the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse

Applicable to Leisure department, racing department Implementation date July 20th, 2020
Person responsible for supervision Leisure Riding Department Manager Date of last update July 20th, 2020

 

Abstract

Regulations for the leisure stables on the territory of the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse.

Regulations

  1. The Leisure Stable (hereinafter referred to as the Stable) is open from 6.00 am to 9.00 pm (it is opened and closed by employees of the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse).
  2. Spare keys to the Stable are available at the gatehouse.
  3. Key collection by guests is possible only in exceptional cases (horse sickness, late return from a competition and other cases agreed upon with the Leisure Recreation manager upon his consent).
  4. Dogs brought to the Stable must be on a leash and must not disturb the order.
  5. Stable personnel are responsible for feeding the horses as well as for providing bedding and any additional bedding in horse boxes.
  6. It is forbidden to place additional straw bedding in horse boxes on one’s own and to feed the horses with hay from the stock accumulated in the stable.
  7. Due to OHS regulations, all work on the horses must be performed in a horse box, at the horse washing station or on the hitching post outside the stable (this not apply to shoeing and shaving the horses).
  8. The corridor of the Stable is to be used exclusively for traffic as well as for veterinary and shoeing procedures.
  9. Horses brought out of/into the stable should be kept individually on a halter with a lead or on a bridle.
  10. It is forbidden to mount or dismount a horse in the Stable.
  11. A horse walker is available for guests on the condition that at least three horses will use it in one cycle (this does not apply to sick horses).
  12. A person introducing a horse to/removing a horse from the walker is responsible for the safe introduction/removal of the horse.
  13. Persons whose horse uses the horse walker are obliged to rake the ground at the end of its use.
  14. Each exit and entry of horses from/to the Stable must be reported in advance by phone to the Wrocław-Partynice Horse Racecourse office at the number 71 333 45 17 or to the Leisure Riding Manager. The above requirement does not apply to the urgent transport of a horse for medical purposes.
  15. Each guest has room for one package/box. Introducing an additional package/box is possible when a guest has at least three horses and only upon the consent of the Leisure Riding Manager.
  16. The size of the package/box introduced into the Stable and its location must be agreed with the Leisure Riding Manager.
  17. In order to maintain order in the tack room, all items should be enclosed in packages/boxes.
  18. The persons using the tack room are responsible for its order.
  19. Guests will be informed in writing about any changes of Stable operation on the notice board.
  20. During hay or straw unloading, all persons in the Stable or its immediate vicinity must follow the instructions of the person in charge of unloading.
  21. Smoking and using open fire as well as consumption of alcoholic beverages are strictly forbidden on the territory of the Stable.
  22. Minors are obliged to wear protective headgear, i.e., a riding helmet when performing any work around the horses both inside and outside the Stable.

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