What to Expect:
In an effort to maintain high standards for safety during this time of COVID-19, Turning Point
Ranch has put into place new procedures for sanitation.
- There is a hand washing station in front of the building. Each person is required to wash
their hands before entering the barn and upon leaving.
- Volunteers and staff will wear masks if we need to be closer than 6 feet to riders.
- Riders are not required to wear a mask when riding, but should wear one in the barn and
- Once a lesson begins, instructors and volunteers who are not in immediate proximity are
allowed to take their masks off.
- Helmets are cleaned after each use, including the outside surface and chin straps.
- Saddles, reins, toys or props that come in contact with riders are cleaned after each use.
- If staff, volunteers or riders have any sort of illness or allergies that are not under control
(i.e. nose is running, coughing or sneezing), they will be required to wait to come to the
barn until they are completely well.
- All door knobs, high touch surfaces and bathrooms are cleaned after each class.
- Lessons are held to 4 students or fewer to maintain the recommendation of no more than
10 people at a gathering. Class size will depend on the volunteer support for riders.
- Parents and/or caregivers are welcome to relax in the same designated areas: Barn
benches, classroom, patio and bleachers. As with staff and volunteers, please follow all
guidelines the City of Stillwater has put into place for social distancing and masks.
- Please note that there is a difference between cleaning and disinfecting. For most surfaces,
cleaning products will be used to sanitize. Some equipment could be damaged by using harsh
chemicals, but will be cleaned with appropriate cleaning solutions.
ALL Volunteers, Riders, Staff and Parents/Caregivers must complete and SIGN a Covid 19 Risk Assessment before entering the barn in Fall 2020.
Click HERE to download the form.
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