IDAHO REQUIRES DOB AND SOCIAL SECURITY # TO GET HUNTING LICENSE
Do you have a medical condition that might arise during your trip, that we should know ?
If yes explain?
Are you in good physical condition?
If not explain?
Are you allergic to certain foods, drink, etc.?
Are you colorblind or suffer from night blindness?
Have you ever ridden horseback?
If so how recent? Do you have walking or hiking difficulties in rough terrain?
What Cal. Rifle do you hunt Elk with?
Will you accept your guide’s decision on how to stalk and hunt big game?
Wind River Outfitters has my permission to use and video or pictures for advertisement to promote their Business. YES ____ NO ____
In making this reservation, I affirm that my general health is good or as stated above and that I am not adversely affected by high altitudes, that I am capable of performing physical exercise of vigorous nature, and that I accept as my personal risk, the normal hazards of wilderness travel and hunting trip of this nature, and will not hold “Wind River Outfitters Mike & Jaylene Branson or their Associates responsible for injuries resulting from such hazards. I understand that there is a $500.00 trophy fee for each animal after the first animal taken.
We will hold dates for you for 7 working days. While you mail your deposit. You will receive written confirmation within 15 days or our receiving your deposit. 20% down is required with this form. Another 30% plus tag and license fees due in 30 days. Balance is due 45 days preceding the start date of the hunt. Cancellations due to circumstances beyond our control are non refundable. You may substitute another person in you place. Tag & License fee are Due March 31st.
Signature: _______________________________________ Date
Make check payable to:
Wind River Outfitters
Address: 5265 Highway 30 South
New Plymouth ID 83655-
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The purpose of this letter is to prevent accidents by informing our clients of some of the hazards so you can prepare yourself to minimize your risk.
In our business there are many risks. Horses are a big part of our business. Riding horses can be hazardous. We can’t always predict what they will do. We use very well trained horses that have good performance records. We have horses that match all types of riders from the novice rider to the experienced rider. We do our best to match the riders' skill to the horse skill level. Even the calmest horse can have unpredictable behavior.
A horse is a flight animal and might dart, this is a very fast movement in any direction. Horses can also lose their footing and cause them to stumble and possibly fall. They may come across something that they feel compelled to jump instead of stepping over. The list of things that can go wrong are numerous. That is why we keep well-
BASIC RIDING SKILLS
Mounting & Dismounting
It is important that you always have the reigns in your hand while mounting and dismounting to ensure control of the horse. If assistance is needed make sure your guide is there to help you. Our horses can be mounted or dismounted on either side.
In steep terrain you always mount and dismount on the up hillside of the mountain.
Foot placement in the stirrup: Place the ball of your foot on the stirrup. Do not put your foot through the strip; this could cause your foot to get hung up in the stirrup.
Always keep both feet in the stirrups. Do not dangle your feet alongside the horse. Do not sit sideways on your horse.
THE SADDLE: Your horse will be saddled when you receive it. Horses are known to suck air in to their lungs while saddling; this makes it very difficult to tighten the saddle. If the saddle feels loose when starting to mount or after riding awhile the saddle sometimes will become loose. Make sure you inform your guide they will tighten it for you.
IT IS IMPORTANT YOU REPORT ANY LOOSE SADDLE.
CHILDREN: Are not to be tied into the saddle at any time. Riding double will not be allowed at any time.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask. It is important to us that you have a great outdoor experience. We believe the way to avoid accidents is to be educated in what might happen. This way you can be prepared for it and take corrective action if needed.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RISK
I recognize that there is an element of risk in any adventure, sport, or activity associated with the outdoors. I am fully aware of the risks and dangers inherent in horseback riding and have been informed of known & special hazards in such activity. I certify that my family and I, including minor children, are fully capable of participating in the said activity.
Therefore, I assume full responsibility for personal injury to myself and/or to members of my family, or for loss or damage to my personal property and expenses thereof as a result of my negligence and/or the negligence of my family participating in said activity except to the extent such damage or injury may be due to the negligence of Wind River Outfitters. I further understand that Wind River Outfitters reserves the right to refuse any person it judges to be incapable of meeting the requirements of participating in horseback riding.
I have read, understand, and accept the terms and conditions stated herein and acknowledge that this agreement shall be effective and binding upon the parties during the entire period of participation of the said activity.
HELMET YES NO
(Parent or Legal Guardian must sign for minors)
Wind River Outfitters
5265 Highway South New Plymouth ID 83655
Insured, Bonded, License #6725
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