Barn closing update

Dear  Students, Families, and Blue Rider Stables Community:

Following the new Federal guidelines, and the Massachusetts public mandates, we have suspended all programs at Blue Rider Stables for the remainder of March. 

 We are joining the wider community in an effort to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 disease by being mindful of keeping Social Distance (our horses are practicing with us!)

The horses will continue to be well taken care of by our Instructors and Barn Staff and our office staff  will be checking voicemail and have access to email. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

These are unprecedented times and every day brings new challenges for us all. 

As we press on through this together, we ask that you keep your Blue Rider family in mind as our expenses to care for our Equines and our Staff continue.

We  wish you all good Health and safety in the days until we will resume our programming and welcome you back into the Barn!

Thank you for your continued support of our programs.

Sincerely, Christine

for the Blue Rider Board, staff and equines

 


Gardening while we’re closed

We are planting ponies in the hopes that we will be ready to have the greatest summer ever here. Stay safe and well. We are closed through the end of March.

Garuda is doing well in rehab, we are in touch with him constantly.

All others are well here at the barn.

Stay well, everyone!


Barn closing

Within the keeping of our Mission at BRS, where we foster a safe environment for all, we feel it is our social responsibility to suspend the lessons and activities at the Stables temporarily. Our understanding of the contagious nature of this Virus is that social distancing and Hygiene are the best form of defense. We will keep you updated as we go through the next week and hope that you all stay well. We will update you as often as we can.


Garuda is off to rehab!

Garuda played long and hard with his friends, before getting onto the trailer to go to Ohana Farm to rehabilitate his aching body. He was a bit skeptical about entering the new barn, but took all challenges like the trooper he is. He loved seeing his reflection in the mirror… or did he think it was a new friend? Stay up to date on Garuda’s progress by following us on Facebook or instagram.