While equine law may not be the most exciting part of owning a horse, it is important that you brush up on your equine law knowledge to avoid headaches down the line and keep horse ownership fun and rewarding.
Everything a homesteader needs to know, to legally run a homestead.
This website is the one I've been searching for, for years; a compilation of knowledge on all things horsemanship, including practical advice on how to start an equestrian business.
No matter your experience level with horses or homesteading, I hope this is a place you can get lost in, and learn something along the way - we welcome everyone from vets, to lifelong ranchers, trainer, to nonprofits contributing.
If you purchase a horse that doesn’t live up to the promises of the seller, paper is your only saving grace in most states. Florida is the only state that currently has a lemon law in place for horse sales.
Fortunately, you do have some options if your dream horse is a dud.
As horse syndicates become more popular, it’s easy to find an option to invest in the next up-and-coming Derby winner or Grand Prix competitor. But if you want to find syndicate members for an opportunity, you have to know how to pitch them right.
Horse syndication is different from co-ownership, however, and comes with its own benefits and risks. Here’s what you need to know about horse syndication.
Few things are more exciting than buying a horse. Unfortunately, a lack of knowledge or due diligence can turn this excitement into a disaster, even for experienced horse owners. A little research and common sense can make all the difference.
This spring, I had the opportunity to sit down with world-renowned celebrity and wildlife photographer KT Merry. Having been an equestrian and horse lover her entire life, KT combines her passions and has photographed horses for her personal works for over a decade. She shares this work in the new KT Merry Fine Art Print […]
With some planning and preparation, that dream can become a reality – whether you want a modest horse farm or a sprawling and upscale equestrian facility.
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