D/B/A SWEET MEADOW FARM WAIVER OF LIABILITY at 111 Coolidge St. Sherborn MA
The Undersigned assumes the risks associated with equine-related and farm animal related activities, including but not limited to bodily injury and physical harm to horse, rider, spectator, and to property of themselves and others. The Undersigned agrees that notice of M.G.L. Chapter 128 Section 2D which limits liability for equine activity sponsors, is hereby given and is posted at the premises indicated.In consideration therefore, for the privilege of riding and/or working around horses and farm animals and exotic animals at the PREMISES or under the direction of Patricia Michaud, Julie Michaud, Albert Michaud or John Knapp, in regards to an equestrian riding program and an animal education program involving farm animals and exotic animals, and any of their agents, employees, or assigns, (which is designated hereinafter as “the Farm” individually and collectively) the Undersigned does hereby agree to waive liability and claims for, and to hold harmless and indemnify the FARM, their agents, and assignees;and hereby releases them from ANY AND ALL claims, liability or responsibility for accident, damage, injury, or illness to the Undersigned, or to any horse owned by the Undersigned, or to any invitee, guest, family member or spectator on the premises or on any premises while the undersigned is under the direction of the Farm. This waiver expressly includes actions or omissions which could be construed as ordinary negligence or a want of due care. Such claims may not be brought in future, even if injury occurs, because the undersigned has waived these claims in this agreement.
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The “Inherent Risks of Equine Activities,” dangers, or conditions which are an integral part of equine activities, are defined as indicated in the above referenced statute and are including but not limited to:The propensity of equines to behave in ways that may result in injury, harm, or death to person on or around them; the unpredictability of an equine’s reactions to such things a sounds, sudden movement, and unfamiliar objects, persons, or other animals; certain hazards such as surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other equines or objects; the potential of a participant to act in a negligent manner which may contribute to injury to the participants or objects, such as failing to maintain control over the animal or not acting within his ability. 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 risk of equine activities, pursuant to M.G.L. c. 128 Section 2D of the General Laws of Massachusetts.These risks include bodily injury up to and including death, from using, riding or being in close proximity to horses, among other risks, and further, that both horse and rider can be injured in normal use or in competition and schooling or by the ordinary negligence including other participants.
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Limited Authorization for Use of Image Rights The undersigned recognizes that as an equestrian riding facility and an animal education program that the FARM maintains a website and posts pictures of Farm activity on that website and thus hereby gives permission for the Farm to both take pictures that capture images of persons including minors and agrees that the Farm has and will use those images on its website in order to illustrate and demonstrate the Farm’s activities. The undersigned agrees that this notice is an authorization and permission to so use the images associated with the undersigned including the listed minor children and hereby releases the Farm for any claims related to this limited use.
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