In registering and permitting my child to attend Camp, I, the parent, guardian or other duly authorized party, hereby agree as follows:
- I understand that, although every effort will be made to ensure that my camper is sent home with all of his/her belongings, Camp is not responsible for loss or theft of belongings or money.
- I understand that Camp reserves the right to cancel my child’s participation in his/her camp session if his/her behaviour is deemed unmanageable or dangerous to him/herself, other campers or volunteers.
- I understand that Camp will not tolerate any violence by campers or volunteers. Any offenders will be sent home immediately.
- I understand that after July 1st refunds will only be given for medical reasons or in extenuating circumstances
- I give consent for my child to participate in all activities provided by Camp
- I give consent for my child to be photographed during camp activities and the photos to be posted on this website
To protect the health of all horses at WOR Camp 2019:
All persons owning, training, riding and entering the premises or the grounds with horses must read, agree to and sign this premise and biosecurity agreement and follow the sanitation protocols listed here.
I/We agree to use the individual horse and barn sanitation practices listed below to reduce the risk of transmission of viral and bacterial diseases. These include:
- Using individual feeding and watering buckets for each horse.
- Using individual grooming equipment and tack. Equipment or tack used on one horse should be washed, rinsed and then dried before using on another horse. This is especially important if it contacted the horse’s mouth (saliva) or nose (nasal discharge).
- Not letting horses drink from, or use, communal waterers or water tanks.
- Removing manure, soiled bedding and unconsumed feed to the specifically designated area for disposal, ensuring no horses can contact it.
- Preventing as much nose to nose contact as possible between horses.
- Keeping a minimum of 10 feet apart if mixing in areas.
- Monitoring the health of all horses housed on site daily. A horse health log will be used each day to note appetite, temperatures and changes in behaviour.
- Immediate reporting of fever (temperature greater than 102oF or 39oC), runny nose (not associated with recent exercise) cough or neurologic signs (swaying, staggering, odd head carriage, ear flicking) to a WOR safety officer or veterinarian.
- Isolation and/or timely removal from the site of horses that appear sick. A follow-up exam with testing will be arranged with the veterinarian at home.
- Pressure-washing of vacated stalls (if available).
Keeping horses returning from an event separate from the home horses for at least 7 days and monitoring returning and home horses carefully for signs of illness.
I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL OF THE REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS OF ENROLLMENT.