Participant Cancellations

Participants, please use this form to cancel your lesson at least 48 hours in advance.

Participant Cancellation Form

We know things come up, but please bear in mind when canceling a lesson, that your volunteers and horse are ready for you.

If you are unable to make your time slot, we ask that you notify us through our online Cancellation Form or if it is within 48 hours of your slot please call us at (860) 434-1974.

Thank you in advance for giving us as much notice as possible should you either be late or not able to come at all on a particular date.  We love hearing from you in advance!

If you are cancelling within the next 48 hours of your scheduled lesson/shift,

please call us at (860) 434-1974.

This enables us to plan for your absence and find a substitute as soon as possible.

You may submit cancellations for dates more than 2 days in advance. If you are cancelling within the next 48 hours of your scheduled lesson/shift, please call us at (860) 434-1974. This enables us to plan for your absence and find a substitute as soon as possible.
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