1. Riding passes are not transferable. 2. Riding passes shall be visibly displayed during public riding times. 3. Wasatch County will not be responsible for lost or stolen valuables. 4. I/we personally assume all risk of damages resulting from accidents or injuries sustained while on the premises of the Wasatch County Event Complex 5. All regulations of the Wasatch County event complex will be followed. 6. My pass card will be canceled and riding privileges suspended for allowing anyone else to use it. 7. No Cattle shall be used during open pass riding times. 8. Any obstructions (i.e. barrels, poles. Etc.) Placed in the Arena during riding times, must be removed before leaving the Arena. 9. No horses shall be left unattended in any building or Arena without prior approval from Event Complex Staff. 10. Open pass riding schedule is subject to change without notice. 11. Wasatch County Event Complex Schedule can be found on our website at www.wasatchcountyevents.com 12. Wasatch County Event Complex reserves the right to ask patrons to leave the premises due to behavior of pass holder or persons affiliated with the pass holder. 13. I agree to clean up after my horse/horses. (I.e. manure, hair, or any other mess that may occur during stay). I HAVE READ THE ABOVE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THEM DURING THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND ANY RENEWALS THEREOF.
In consideration and as a condition of being permitted to enter upon, use, and remain upon the premises and facilities of the Wasatch County Event Complex, owned and operated by Wasatch County, and under designed, acknowledges, confirms, and agrees as follows:
For the purpose of the instrument: a. “Equestrian Activity or Event” means any horse related activity or event, or related activity or event conducted or occurring in or about the Wasatch County Event Complex. b. “Related activity or event” includes, but is not limited to, driving, riding, in or upon, boarding or exiting a vehicle or trailer; moving, lifting practicing for engaging or participating in the activity or event. c. “property damage” means damage, destruction, and or incapacitation to any physical property, real property or chattel. d. “Injury” means bodily or other personal injury or death.