The Equestrian Hotel Pet Policies

Updated 5/19/2022

The Equestrian Hotel

The Equestrian Hotel is an ADA-compliant hotel.

At this time, non-working dogs of any size, or any other pets, are not permitted in guest rooms and suites. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our guests. Well-behaved dogs are welcomed on the ground floor of The Equestrian Hotel, excluding the indoor dining establishments. Owners will be responsible for any damages caused by their pets.

To book pet-friendly options at World Equestrian Center – Ocala, consider our Home Away from Home units, which offer convenient three-bedroom, two-bath accommodations. Hotel Guest
Services can also provide a list of local boarding kennels in the Ocala area.

ADA compliant, registered and working service animals are allowed to accompany their owner throughout all areas of the facility. Service animals should be leashed or harnessed unless such devices
interfere with their ability to perform their designated role.

Stirrups Restaurant

Per the FDA, non-working dogs, or any other animals, are not allowed inside our dining establishment. The outdoor terrace, when available and open for public seating, is available to well-behaved dogs. Dogs should be attended to and leashed at all times. Owners will be responsible for any damages caused by their pets.

ADA compliant, registered and working service animals are allowed to accompany their owner throughout all areas of the facility. Service animals should be leashed or harnessed unless such devices
interfere with their ability to perform their designated role.

Yellow Pony Pub & Garden

Per the FDA, non-working dogs, or any other animals, are not allowed inside our dining establishment. The outdoor patio is dog friendly to well-behaved dogs. We ask that dogs are attended to and leashed at all times. Owners will be responsible for any damages caused by their pets.

ADA compliant, registered and working service animals are allowed to accompany their owner throughout all areas of the facility. Service animals should be leashed or harnessed unless such devices
interfere with their ability to perform their designated role.