For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CARRIAGE HORSE. Any horse or pony which is used by its owner or any other person to pull any vehicle, carriage, sled, sleigh or other device in exchange for compensation. A horse rented or leased by its owner to a third party who uses the animal(s) for any of the foregoing purposes shall be deemed to be a CARRIAGE HORSE for the purposes of this subchapter.
   HORSE. Shall include but is not limited to: pony, donkey, mule, burro, or any combination thereof.
   OWNER OR OPERATOR. A person or entity, which owns, controls, manages or operates a rental horse business.
   RENTAL HORSE BUSINESS. A business enterprise which operates a horse drawn vehicle for hire such as a horse drawn cab, or offers the use of a horse to the public for a fee for the purpose of riding or pulling a horse drawn vehicle.
   RIDING HORSE. A horse rented or leased by its owner to a third party for the purpose of riding.
   STABLE. A structure, facility or premises where one or more carriage horses or riding horses are housed, boarded, or maintained in exchange for compensation.
   WORK. A horse is considered to be at WORK when not in its stable and presented to the public as being available for riding, pulling carriages, sleds, sleigh or other device, or when the horse is saddled or in harness.
(Ord. G-23-18, passed 9-25-18)