Category Archives: Equine Articles

What Should You Know about Agents in Equine Transactions

In equine transactions, an intermediary is often used by a buyer or seller to ensure the transaction goes smoothly and nobody is being taken advantage of. Oftentimes, the agent will be a trainer or farm manager that has an existing relationship with the principal. For example, a trainer with years of experience may be invaluable…
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Preparing To Win The Equine Case – Common Issues and Tactics

  Introduction and Background – Understanding the Tort and Contract Equine Case – Common Themes and Problems   General Background Regarding Tort and Contract Claims.   Most disputes involving horses or horse related activities, whether for profit or for pleasure, involve legal claims arising under tort law or contract law.  Actions filed with the court…
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5 Considerations for Boarding Horses on Your Hobby Farm

There are approximately 9.2 million horses in the United States and 2 million horse owners. Many horse owners require boarding facilities for their horses. If your hobby harm has extra stalls, why not board horses to bring in some extra income? Here are five important considerations to help you develop a successful horse boarding operation:…
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