Equine Law

Protecting Your Equine Rights and Businesses

“What is Equine Law?”  “Equine” means a horse, pony, mule, donkey, zebra, or alpaca. Equine law covers activities dealing with an equine, the equine’s welfare, equestrian sports, and recreational use of equines, riders, and rider safety. People often also ask, “is there a lot of work in that area of law?” The horse industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry. It impacts the American economy more than motion picture services, railroad transportation, and the cigarette industry. As of 2022, there is an estimated 2 million horse owners in the United States and a total of more than 7 million Americans involved in the industry as owners, service providers, employees, and volunteers.

 

EQUES Equine Attorney

Equine Law includes but is not limited to:

  • Horse boarding
  • Liability Waivers/releases for individual horse owners, stables, trainers
  • Boarding Contracts
  • Purchases & Sales- Contracts, Disputes & Negotiations
  • Training Contracts
  • Riding lessons/instruction programs
  • Breeding Contracts
  • Equine Real Estate
  • Hauling & Transportation Contracts
  • All Horse-Related Activities & Boarding Facilities
  • Lease Agreements
  • Collections
  • Animal Abuse/Welfare
  • Fraud/Abuse
  • Business Consulting
  • Compliance with State Rules on Sign Posting/Contracts

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