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PINEVIEW FARM INFORMATION

UPDATED: January 1, 2015


 

HOURS
6:00 a.m. through 10:00 p.m.  Exceptions permitted with advisement of management such as, sick horses, late arrivals or departures, recreational activities.

ENTRANCE GATE
After 8:00 p.m., the last boarder to leave is responsible for closing the entrance gate for the night.

VEHICLE SPEED LIMITS
5 M.P.H. - Drive slowly for obvious safety reasons.  The drive is not a thoroughfare.  High speed is very hard on gravel driveways and causes potholes.

PARKING RESTRICTIONS
Parking is restricted to area behind older barn.  No parking in front of the older barn. Park in a manner allowing an open clockwise passage around the older barn. Park to allow a car's width passage in front of all barn door area and to allow easy access to pathways to barns. No cars allowed overnight unless space is rented.

PARKING HORSE TRAILERS
Horse trailer parking begins at the southeast side of the gravel drive.  Trailers must park perpendicular to the #3 paddock fence and far enough out from fence to allow the lawn mower to pass (greater than 4 feet).

SMOKING
Smoking is NOT PERMITTED ANYWHERE ON THE PREMISES.  THE PREMISES BEGINS AT THE STONE GATEWAY.

RADIOS
Since multiple radios and/or selection of station/music could be offensive to others, radios are NOT permitted in the barn.

CHILDREN
Children less than 14 years of age are not to be on premises without adult supervision.  Pineview Farm is not a daycare facility.  Children under 14 years are not permitted in the hayloft.

RIDING INSTRUCTORS
Riding Instructors are required to carry Liability Insurance. A current copy of insurance is to be submitted and kept in the office at Pineview Farm. This applies to outside instructors as well.

GUESTS AND STUDENTS
Guests and students are the responsibility of that boarder associated with them. Educate your guests on behavior expected in a commercial barn. Refer to Pineview Farm Rules if needed.

DOGS
Dogs are NOT permitted on the premises unless owned by management.

CATS
Cats are NOT permitted on the premises unless owned by management.

COGGINS TEST
Negative coggins documentation is required prior to arriving and annually thereafter.

CRIBBERS
Cribbers are not accepted for boarding.

RENTAL - MINIMUM DURATION
Minimum rental duration of any one unit of rental is three months.
If one is requested to leave Pineview Farm, this minimum period is waived.

RENTAL - ARRIVAL
Arrival on the first of the month is preferred.

RENTAL - PARTIAL MONTH
Partial month rental is not encouraged.  Partial rental in the month of arrival or departure is double the rate per day (not to exceed a full month's rent).
Partial month rent is calculated to include the day of arrival or departure.

RENTAL - DEPARTURE
Departure on the last day of the month is preferred.  A 30 day notice in writing from the departing boarder is required to be eligible for refund of deposits.

RENTAL - DEPOSITS
Rental Deposit necessary to occupy:
1.     Payment of first month rental
2.     Payment of deposit (which is equal to one month rental).

RENTAL - DEPOSIT REFUND
A 30 day notice in writing from the departing boarder is required to be eligible for refund of deposits.  Deposits are not applicable to rents.  Deposits will be held until liabilities are satisfied, such as, stalls cleaned, bedding and hay removed from storage, jumps, poles and any personal effects and trailers removed from the property.

RENTAL - DUE DATE
Monthly rental is due no later than the first of the month.
Please place payment in black mailbox on porch at residence.

RENTAL - LATE PAYMENT
Late payment is grounds for dismissal and forfeiture of deposits.

RENTAL - STALL RENTAL FEES
Rental fees vary from $200.00 to $265.00 per month according to the size of the stall.

RENTAL - STALL SIZES
Stall sizes are: 12'x12', 10'x14', 12'x15' and 15'x15'.

RENTAL - STORAGE STALLS
Extra stalls may be rented for storage at one half (1/2) that stall's assigned monthly rate and deposit.
Storage is limited to items used in horse husbandry, such as, hay, bedding, feed, muck tools, muck tubs, saddles and bridles, tack trunks, etc.
Excluded items include but are not limited to, refrigerators, heating devices, supplemental lighting, lawnmowers, grills, paint or flammables, lawn furniture...you get the idea.  It should not be used for a general Store & Lock.

RENTAL - STALL RETAINMENT DURING ABSENCE 
A member may retain a vacant stall at half the normal monthly rate.

RENTAL - CHANGE OF STALL FEE
$25.00 is assessed for relocation of stalls.

 RENTAL - TRAILER PARKING FEES 
Two horse - $30.00 per month. Four horse - $60.00 per month. No partial month rentals.

RENTAL - MOTOR VEHICLE STORAGE FEES 
$30.00 per month. No partial month rentals. 
This fee applies to a vehicle left at the farm and not used routinely in normal day to day events.

CLEAN UP RESPONSIBILITIES
Boarders are responsible for the clean and neat appearance of common areas, such as, wash areas, tackroom, restroom, etc. 

LAKE 
Lake usage is restricted to boarders and their family.  Children less than l4 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 
Fishing policy - catch and release.
Swimming - less than l4 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

PADDOCKS
     A.    SEASONAL - Some paddocks are seasonally restricted.
     B.    RIDING IN PADDOCKS - Riding is permitted in unoccupied,
            unrestricted paddocks.
     C.    GATES - Close all gates.
            Whether or not animals are contained within, rings and
            paddocks are not to be left open.
            When using #3 manure lot paddock,each person must close
            the gate when finished dumping manure.
     D.    LAKE PADDOCK RESTRICTION - Horses prone to digging in
            lake should be contained in other paddocks.
     E.    NO FEEDING OF HAY IN PADDOCKS

RIDING RING - OUTDOOR
     A.     Footing - Lime sand/clay.
     B.     Size of arena is 186 feet x 144 feet.
     C.     Lighted - 1x1500 watt (HID) High Intensity Discharge lamps.
     E.     Maintained by management.

RIDING RING - INDOOR
     A.     Footing - Lime sand, nearly dust free.
     B.     Size of arena is 105 feet x 50 feet, clear span.
     C.     Lighted -  19 units of 2x110 watt, high output flourescent
             lamps.
     D.     Maintained by management.

RIDING RINGS - RESTRICTION 
Turnout and Free Lunging are NOT permitted in rings.

RIDING RINGS -  EDGE MAINTENANCE 
Windrow edges of rings are maintained by boarders by raking toward center as needed.

JUMPS  
Jumps must be set in a manner courteous to all riding endeavors.  Other patrons may ask to share usage.

TYING HORSES
Horses to be tied only to dedicated points such as, cross-ties.  Do not tie to fixtures, including hydrants, stall fronts, stall screens, doors, handles, down spouts, fence planks, lawnmowers, tractors, farm implements, flag poles, well pumps and their handles, wheelbarrows, muck baskets, children or adults, etc.

LOOSE HORSES
Horses are to be contained in paddocks, in stalls or in hand. Horses are not permitted loose range in barn areas, rings, drives or yards.

AGGRESSIVE TRAINING METHODS
Aggressive Training methods that could be deemed inappropriate by novice observers should be avoided.

RESTROOM - CLEANUP AND SUPPLIES
Boarders responsible for custodial duties and maintenance of supplies.

RESTROOM - HEATER UNIT IN RESTROOM
Do NOT place anything on or around the heater unit in the restroom.  The top of the heater is not a shelf or a drying rack!

RESTROOM - CLOTHES DRYER
Do NOT leave dryer unattended.  DO clean filter before each use.
Do NOT tamper with vents on the water closet door.  Vents allow the passage of air to replace that air which is discharged by the dryer.

TACKROOM
Boarders responsible for cleanliness and neatness of tackroom.

TACK TRUNKS
Each stall is permitted one tack trunk in front of stall.  Other personal belongings are not to be stored in common areas such as, hay drop areas, wash areas, restroom, etc.

GRAIN - STORAGE
Grain must be stored in a securely closed container such as a garbage can.  Feed stored in bags is vulnerable to dampness, insects and rodents.

BEDDING STORAGE
Packaged bedding is used at Pineview Farm.  Storage space is assigned by management.

HAY STORAGE 
Hay storage in lofts is assigned by management.
Hay is to be stacked within the assigned space and in a manner that respects the assigned spaces of other boarders.
Boarders are to keep the loft area neat and free of loose hay.

HAY - DELIVERY/CLEANUP
The boarder or someone familiar with the boarder's assigned space should be present when hay or bedding is delivered. 
Hay should be stacked with respect for other boarder's assigned spaces. 

HAY - NO FEEDING IN PADDOCKS 
Feeding hay in paddocks is NOT permitted.  It causes a quagmire over time.

HAY - DROP AREAS
Boarders to keep area neat and free of loose hay.

STALL SIZES
Stall sizes are:  12'x12', 10'x14', 12'x15' and 15'x15'.

STALL FANS
DO NOT PLACE FAN PLUGS INTO REGULAR OUTLETS.  Dedicated circuits are provided for stall fans.  These circuits are thermostatically controlled and individually fused circuits are provided for each stall.  When the set point temperature is reached, the power to the fans will begin.  Each fan outlet has an off/on switch for  your convenience.  Please do not run fans when stalls are empty.  The stall fan circuits are individually fused to 200 watts in the interest of fire prevention.  Fans do catch fire.  Any fans not compliant with this format will be disabled.

STALL DOORS
Stall doors must be EITHER/OR - Either closed and latched or all the way open and in door pockets.  A partially opened door can cause injury to horses, persons and property.

STALL GUARDS
Stall guards are NOT permitted.  Horses must be kept behind doors provided.

STALL WINDOWS
Stall windows on the west side of the older barn, when opened, must be completely removed and stored for safety of horses and windows.  This is the responsibility of the tenant of the stall. 

BARN AISLES and DOORWAYS
Barn aisles are to be kept neat and tidy to allow easy passage and cleaning.  Each boarder is responsible for keeping his or her own stall area orderly.
THROWING WASTE WATER AND SWEEPING BARN DEBRIS OUTSIDE OF BARN DOORS IS NOT PERMITTED.

BARN DOORS
Barn doors must be Either/Or - Either closed and latched or all the way open and in door stop pockets.  Less than this makes the door vulnerable to damage and its edges a hazard to animals.

WATER
All water is considered to be not potable for humans.

WASH AREAS (3)
All three wash areas are to be shared by all boarders.

WASH AREA DRAINS
Trap must be cleaned as necessary and is the responsibility of boarders. Sweeping and pickup of solids will extend the time between clean outs.

WASTE WATER
Do NOT throw waste water outside of doorways of barn.

WATER HOSES
Hoses are to be kept neatly on hose racks provided. Two double braided hoses (031597) have been provided. Enjoy! Please do NOT kink hoses to control water flow. Use a device of your choice to control water flow.

WATER HYDRANTS - FREEZING WEATHER INSTRUCTIONS 
1.    HOSES CANNOT REMAIN CONNECTED TO HYDRANTS
       DURING FREEZING WEATHER. 
       DISCONNECT HOSE IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE OR FREEZE
       DAMAGE WILL RESULT.
Hydrants are Frost-Free.  The valve is below the frost line.  
The exposed pipe drains back to the valve when the valve is turned off. 
The hydrant will not drain if the hose is attached.

2.     HOT WATER HYDRANT MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY IN OLDER
        BARN BY LAUNDRY TUBS CANNOT REMAIN CONNECTED
        TO HOSE DURING FREEZING WEATHER.
These hydrants are Frost-Free.  Hoses must be disconnected after use to allow hydrants to drain and to prevent freezing. Hydrants turn off inside the water closet. Hydrants continue to drain for a moment after being being shut off.  Be patient for them to drain. Shame on the person that damages the hydrant and causes people to carry water from the lake;  it is a long walk with a 40-pound bucket!

MANURE PILE
    A.    Absolutely NO HAYSTRINGS permitted in the manure pile.
    B.    Keep the pile compact, with the center path straight and even.
    C.    Fill in the holes and smooth high spots.
    D.    Keep area around gateways cleard for ease in handling horses
           and passage of farm equipment.

ELECTRICAL RULES 
1.  GFCI - Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters are  installed in the barn.  If electric power fails, reset the GFCI (a duplex receptacle with the red button). Duplex outlets downstream from the GFCI are also controlled and protected.

2.  STALL FANS - Dedicated circuits are provided for stall fans.  These circuits are thermostatically controlled, individually fused circuits provided for each stall.  When the set point temperature is reached, the power to the fans will begin. Each fan outlet has an off/on switch for your convenience. Please do not run fans when stalls are empty. The stall fan circuits  are individually fused  to 200 watts in the interest of fire prevention.  Fans can catch fire. Any fans not compliant with this format will be disabled.  DO NOT PLACE FAN PLUGS INTO REGULAR OUTLETS!

3.  EXTENSION CORDS - Extension Cords are only for momentary usage.  They are not to be used as a fixture.  Violations will be disabled.

COST OF REPAIRS 
Owners will be charged for repair of damage to Pineview Farm which are caused by their horses.

INSURANCE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Insurance of personal property at Pineview Farm is the responsibility of the owner.

   
Pineview Farm - 890 Wards Corner Rd. Loveland, OH 45140 (513) 683-8505