Leasing A Horse Offers Advantages

According to Rebecca Bell, an attorney knowledgable about equine law, “Leasing is a wonderful opportunity for a potential new owner to expose themselves to multiple horses before buying.” However, she suggests leasing should be approached with good, clear communication of the intentions of everyone and the agreement put in writing.  The people entering into the lease need to consider the length of the lease, who will pay for farriers, veterinarians, training, nutrition, insurance, and all sorts of things. Her advice makes a lot of sense in that it can keep people from having hurt feelings in the end.

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