Ember Ridge Equestrian Center
Please submit requests and concerns to management
Occupancy requirements for new boarders: Completed contract, first
month's board plus $50 damage deposit, and proof of current Tetanus,
sleeping sickness, flu, Rhino, strangles and de-worming required before
horse(s) are moved onto the premises.
Board and service fees are due on the
first day of each month. Checks should be mailed or delivered to (and made
payable to) Half Moon Bay Feed & Fuel. Board payments will not be accepted
at Ember Ridge.
Speed limit: 10-15 mph speed limit on the access road. Yield
Vehicles: Vehicles are allowed inside the gate for loading
and unloading only.
Vehicles: Trailers may be parked in the designated area
outside the gate (if space is available). Ember Ridge Equestrian Center,
Half Moon Bay Feed & Fuel and/or Midland Properties are not responsible
for personal property on the premises.
Vehicles: Leave bicycles in the parking area when not
being ridden on the trails.
Keep stall, paddock and arena gates closed. Keep
the parking lot gate closed at all times.
No smoking in or around the barns.
Excessive alcohol consumption will not be
Dogs are not permitted on the ranch or
Children must be supervised at all times. For
everyone's safety, please do not allow children to play in the barns, or
on ranch property or equipment.
Equestrian safety helmets are encouraged,
especially for children.
Horse etiquette: Ride safely on the grounds. Tie horses to tie
racks or rings only. No loose or unattended horses.
Pens and arenas: Turn-out in middle round pen (grey pipe or
holding pen) only. Close gate and clean up manure.
All other arenas are riding, lunging and working.
Maintenance: Keep the grounds clean. Remove your horse's
manure from areas around tie racks, wash racks, and from round pens and
public spaces. Deposit in designated manure bins.
Maintenance: Deposit all garbage in garbage cans or dumpster.
Maintenance: Dump manure in the rear of
designated manure bins. Separate eaves or hay from manure before dumping.
Maintenance: Dump other biodegradable waste materials, such
as hay, leaves, weeds and branches in hay bins or designated hay pile.
Boarders are responsible for maintaining the
health and fitness of their horses, including, but not limited to: shots,
hoof care, worming, and exercise.
Boarders are responsible their boarding area and
Cleaning manure in stall/paddock area a minimum of FOUR times per week.
(NOTE: Falure to do so once will result in a $25 cleaning charge. Persistent
violations may result in expulsion.
Storing supplemental feed in rodent proof containers.
Removing weeds from fence lines and walls
Repairing/improving (with approval) damage caused by your horse to fences, walls, waterers,
Boarders may not keep additional animals in their boarding area without
prior written permission of the management.
Boarder's must provide management with "out of town" information, including:
contact numbers and care arrangements.
Guests must complete and sign a "Hold Harmless" agreement when handling or
riding a boarder's horse. Forms can be obtained and deposited in the big