Application & Waiver Forms


All participants are required to agree to be bound by the provisions contained in this document, Code of Conduct and Regulations – the submission of completed forms found at the bottom of this page constitutes an agreement to abide by the Code of Conduct and Regulations set out below. 
The information contained in this document may be altered or added to and any alterations will be advised to participants.
Participants shall mean any person or persons who lawfully enters the premises at 73 Clare Lane Bywong NSW 2621 being the business address of Manna Park Agistment Centre who has entered into a Agistment Agreement with Manna Park Agistment Centre (with the consent of Manna Park Agistment Centre) and shall include their invites and guests.

Entry to Manna Park Agistment Centre

No horse will be allowed into Manna Park Agistment Centre until the application form has been completed, signed, and provided to Manna Park Agistment Centre. 
Completion of the above will be subject to approval and agistment places being available.
Every new horse arriving on the property will be given a compulsory drench if arriving within 2 weeks after our drenching program.
A drench will be completed every 10 weeks. If you prefer to view, complete this yourself or have a veterinarian conduct the procedure, please contact the Centre Manager to arrange an appropriate day and time.
Horses new to Manna Park Agistment Centre will be introduced to their new paddock or stable/yard.


Supervision of children


Alcohol and Prohibited Drugs

Vehicle Access

Participants and their guests are to observe the following rules:

Domestic Pets


Rider Safety

Dangerous Recreational Activity Warning.

Horse riding is a dangerous recreational activity; people undertaking horse-related activities have a higher risk of serious injury or death.

Horses are animals and all animals can act in an unpredictable way. The participant acknowledges that participation is at the rider’s own risk, and further agrees that:

Horse Care

Veterinary Treatment

The Agistee must notify the Centre Manager immediately if they become aware that the horse suffers or has been in contact with any significant or notifiable sickness, disease or injury. This can include but are not limited to any of the following:

Veterinary services for the horse may be provided at the discretion of the Centre Manager in consultation with a veterinarian. The Owner will pay all veterinary and other charges incurred while the horse is at Manna Park Agistment Centre.

Horse Care - No Cruelty to Horses

Participants must not act in an inhumane manner towards any horse. This includes but is not limited to:
The Centre Manager reserves the right to report cruelty to the RSPCA and/or terminate the participant’s Agistment Agreement.

Emergency Evacuation

In the event of an emergency evacuation, all participants are responsible for the evacuation of their own horse to a safe place whether on Manna Park Agistment Centre or an alternative location.
Bush fire evacuation of horses from Manna Park Agistment Centre, if time allows, should be prior to the fire arrival.
If participant remains at Manna Park Agistment Centre they must comply with any direction, order or requirement of the Centre Manager and staff. Remove all fly veil and synthetic rugs on total fire
ban days.

Agistment Facilities

Participants at Manna Park Agistment Centre have use of all facilities provided. (Excludes paddock access for horses on overnight or short-term agistment)
Tack Area

All participants using the tack area provided are to ensure that;


Manure is to be placed in Manure Collection Point using tools provided.

Tack & Personal Belongings
It is the participant’s responsibility to ensure their horse and horse gear/equipment against theft or damage. Manna Park Agistment Centre does not accept responsibility or are liable for any theft or damage of participant’s items at Manna Park Agistment Centre. Tack area is to be used at the participant’s own risk.
Riding Trails
The trails on Manna Park Agistment Centre may be used daily between dusk to dawn seven days a week. It is recommended that participants not ride the trails alone and at all times have a mobile phone in case of an emergency.

Riding Etiquette and Safety

The below riding etiquette and safety rules are based on the Equestrian Federation of Australia dressage rules and procedures. Use common sense when riding. It is important for these rules to be adhered to in group riding for your safety and the safety of others. Please contact the Centre Manager for more information if you do not understand any of the terms used.

Arena Etiquette

Arena Safety

General Safety

All participants have a duty to report any accidents or incidents no matter how trivial as soon as possible to the Centre Manager or Staff. This may require an Incident Report to be completed.
No businesses are permitted to operate and no participant will give riding instruction or provide livery services for payment within Manna Park Agistment Centre without written approval and accreditation from Manna Park Agistment Centre.
An Agistment Application Form must be completed listing each horse to be agisted at Manna Park Agistment Centre. Agistment Centre and is not transferable.
Fees and Bond
  • All fees are payable within 14 days of invoice date.
  • A bond equivalent to one month’s agistment fee per application is required prior to commencement.
  • The bond will be refunded following satisfactory inspection when agistment ceases or deducted to recover any outstanding fees or costs.
Manna Park Agistment Centre has current public liability insurance coverage for equine related activities. Manna Park Agistment Centre does not accept any liability or provide any insurance with respect to the participant and/or horses. Participants must obtain their own appropriate insurances for personal accident and third party property.

Other Legal and Financial Considerations

Impounding of Livestock Act 1994 and Property Securities Act 2009
Abandonment of horse/s or property at Manna Park Agistment Centre will be dealt with pursuant to the terms of The Impound of Livestock Act 1994 will result in the participant being notified to remove their horse and/or property within 14 days from the notice date. If the horse and/or property is not removed within a period of 14 days from the date of notice, all right, title and ownership in the horse and/or property will pass to Manna Park Agistment Centre without further notice.
In the event of Termination of Agistment Agreement by Manna Park Agistment Centre, the participant will have 14 days from when the notice is given to vacate the Centre. During that time, the participant is not permitted to ride on Manna Park Agistment Centre.
Failure to comply fully with the terms of this Code of Conduct and Regulations shall constitute a default and you will be served a Default notice pursuant to section 24F of the Impound of Livestock Act 1994.
Failure to rectify said default within 14 days shall be deemed an essential breach of these Code of Conduct and Regulations upon which Manna Park Agistment Centre may in it’s absolute discretion terminate the Agistment Agreement. No act or omission by Manna Park Agistment Centre shall constitute a waiver of its rights to terminate.


By downloading, completing, and submitting either of the following forms you agree to abide by the Manna Park Agistment Centre Code of Conduct and Regulations set out above. 

Forms can be scanned and emailed or uploaded to the contact form, with originals to be handed in personally to Manna Park Agistment Centre or mailed to:

The Manager
Manna Park Agistment Centre
73 Clare Lane
Bungendore NSW 2621

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