STAR OF TEXAS STABLES is conveniently located just south of Houston, serving Friendswood, Pearland, Alvin, Pasadena, Webster, Clear Lake, and League City.
Our physical and mailing address is 612 Westfield Lane/Brazoria County Rd. 253, Friendswood, TX 77546. We are located off Dixie Farm Rd. between FM 518 and Hwy. 35.
STAR OF TEXAS STABLES is incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas and is owned and managed by Fran Watts. We run a respectable business, and we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
You may contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or feel free to call us at 281-482-9612 for an appointment or more information.
We would love to meet you and show you our facility. Come see us!
All boarders, visitors, students, and volunteers of STAR OF TEXAS STABLES are required to sign a Hold Harmless Agreement/Liability Release and are hereby advised that Chapter 87, Section 87.003, of the State of Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code limits the liability of equine professionals or equine activity sponsors as follows:
State of Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code
Chapter 87, Section 87.003
Any person, including an equine activity sponsor or an equine professional, is not liable for the property damage or damages arising from the personal injury or death of a participant if the property damage, injury, or death results from the dangers or conditions that are an inherent risk of equine activity, including:
- the propensity of an equine animal to behave in ways that may result in personal injury or death to a person on or around it;
- the unpredictability of an equine animal’s reaction to sound, a sudden movement, or an unfamiliar object, person, or other animal;
- certain land conditions and hazards, including surface and subsurface conditions;
- a collision with another animal or an object; or
- the potential of a participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or another, including failing to maintain control over the equine animal or not acting within the participant’s ability.
As required by State law, this warning notice is posted in several locations on the property. Because of the close proximity of horses on all areas of the property, no area on the property is to be considered as a “spectator only” area.