Body Mass Index (BMI) is a general guideline we refer to in regards to our horses and the terrain in which we ride. Please view the BMI chart below.
For your safety, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone whom we determine is in poor physical condition, who weighs over 210 pounds, or whose BMI exceeds 31. Maximum rider weight is 210, and even those who weigh less than 210 may not be able to ride if they don’t fit into the appropriate BMI on this table.
- To use the BMI table:
- Find the appropriate height in the left-hand column labeled Height.
- Move across to a given weight (in pounds).
The number at the top of the column is the BMI at that height and weight. Ineligible BMI has been shaded in gray. Pounds have been rounded off.
Weight restrictions are for guest and horse safety, not as a means to cause discomfort, embarrassment and/or ill will.
For more information and to calculate your BMI online, visit http://nhlbisupport.com/bmi/