What to do about a release of liability form?

Question Details: The owners of private residential property want me to sign release of liability on my 16 year old daughter who is working on their property. She is working in a barn there with a horse, cleaning stalls, stacking hay, etc. My concern is that if she's injured by their negligence, such as barn collapses from ice/snow or she slips on ice at their property and is injured, they will be released from liability? Should I sign?

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