MAJOR TACK SALE TODAY!
DATE: SUNDAY MAY 1ST
TIME: 9AM - 1PM
215 HIGH STREET
Cash or Zelle only!
Saddles, girths, bridles, bits, blankets, and more, where sizes range from small ponies to 17 hand horses. Everything must go. Prices range between $1 - $2500.
We hope to see you there!
Join us for some horsey summer fun!
- Five 2-week sessions
- Maximum of 12 riders per session
HARLEQUIN STABLES LESSON PROGRAM
BEFORE YOU COME TO HARLEQUIN:
Please make sure that you have conducted self-administered temperature checks for everyone coming to Harlequin (riders, guardian, caretakers, anyone who will be in the car) immediately before coming to Harlequin. Anyone with a fever should not come to Harlequin. (Harlequin reserves the right to conduct temperature checks as needed.)
Make sure that everyone remembers to bring/wear masks!
Riders should remember to bring their clean gloves every day!
Maximum of 6 people in the barn at a time
Maximum of 2 people in the tack room at one time
Maintain social distancing (6-10+ feet apart) whenever possible
For lessons in the outdoor ring, parents may stay to watch while distancing
For lessons in the indoor ring, due to the limited space, parents will not be permitted to stay and watch (only riders are allowed)
Masks must be worn at all times while on the premises
Wash hands and/or use hand sanitizer frequently
Please remember to use restroom at home to minimize the use of Harlequin’s facilities
All riders must bring their own grooming tools
Grooming tools should be sanitized after use
All tack must be cleaned thoroughly after each lesson
Bridles, bits, saddles, etc
All persons must adhere to most updated MA state COVID-19 guidelines
Anything you touch must be sanitized
Doorknobs, crossties, pitchfork, shovels, etc
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SOON
FOR A SAFE, FUN, HORSE FILLED SEASON!
Harlequin Stables has some exciting news! We have recently received a grant that has allowed us to expand our farm composting operations. In support of the community during these difficult times, Harlequin Stables is offering free farm-made compost this September (while supplies last). Donations are always welcome and appreciated. A boost for your fall garden, our compost is made from the shavings, hay, and of course manure generated by the farm's day-to-day operations. Please text or call 781-603-5010 to coordinate safe physically distanced pickup as the farm is operating under strict COVID-19 guidelines. Please bring your own shovel and buckets. All visitors are required to wear a mask while on the property. Harlequin Stables thanks you for your help to keep our farm safe! Harlequin Stables offers lessons for children and adults of all levels, boarding, summer horsemanship sessions, and occasionally pony rides. Registration for fall lessons is underway and spots are filling up fast! If you are interested in lessons and would like to be placed on our waitlist, please fill out our online waitlist registration form which can be found on our website (either on our lesson page or our contact us page). We look forward to seeing you for compost pickup, lessons, or more! Stay safe!
Compost in the making!
Compost ready for pick-up!
Below are Harlequin's COVID-19 Protocols for our Summer Horsemanship Sessions. Please read over them carefully before the start of your session. We will also be sending out a more detailed email with more COVID-19 related information for session participants.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SOON FOR A SAFE, FUN, HORSE FILLED SUMMER!
We are happy to announce that we are in the midst of preparing to reopen. Please look over the COVID-19 guidelines and safety protocols in the link below. More updates and information to come soon!
We look forward to seeing you all soon!
Going for a ride and staying safe - equipped with a mask and gloves :)
Dear Friends and Family of Harlequin,
Sadly, Harlequin is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 situation. Please note that we are still open to boarders by appointment. All riding lessons are canceled until it is safe for us to meet again. We are still accepting new students for lessons when we open. The horses miss all of your love, attention, and especially the grooming. For now, keep building up your arm muscles for some serious grooming when we reopen for riding lessons.
We are especially warmed by all your generosity and kindness. Thank you to everyone who has supported all the horses during this difficult time! If you would like to make a contribution to help with the expenses of feeding and caring for our horses and ponies, please visit our GoFundMe page or our Custom Ink Apparel Fundraiser by clicking the links below.
GoFundMe Page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/harlequin-stables
Harlequin Apparel Fundraiser: https://www.customink.com/fundraising/harlequin-stables-spring-2020-fundraiser
Stay Strong and Stay Safe,
Note for Boarders, Helpers, and Barn Staff:
We ask that you please wear a mask at all times while at Harlequin. Only one person may be in the barn at a time. Please be respectful and keep a 10ft or more, in distance while passing. Wash your hands, wipe off anything and everything you have touched, and wash your hands again. Please be sure to follow any updates and all other health requirements and recommendations regarding COVID-19.
Stay Strong and Stay Safe,