Important Considerations for an Equine Pre-Purchase Exam

Originally published at GoHorseShow.com here >> The weather is getting warmer (well, in some parts of the country) and show season is right around the corner. Many people are still shopping for their next equine partner and making those last minute purchasing decisions. While it is always fun to purchase a new horse, many buyers [...]

By | February 28th, 2014|Equine Law|Comments Off on Important Considerations for an Equine Pre-Purchase Exam

How To Avoid Common Problems in Equine Lease Agreements

PUBLISHED IN GOHORSESHOW.COM The past several years have seen an increase in equine leases due to AQHA’s favorable new rules on show leases. A lease is a great situation for both parties when the owner does not want to sell the horse, but might not be able to show the horse during the upcoming show [...]

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Quraishi Combines Love of Law and Horses

PUBLISHED IN GOHORSESHOW.COM Carrie Russom Quraishi of Oak Point, Texas has been involved with horses the majority of her life, so, it is not surprising she has found a way to merge both of her passions for horses and law by forming her law practice, Quraishi Law Firm based in Frisco, Texas. "I went to law school [...]

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Tax Deductions for Horse Expenses

There’s an old saying in the horse industry: “To make a million dollars in the horse business, start with two million.” Some involved with the equine industry of whatever breed do so purely as a hobby. It is an activity from which one can derive great pleasure and enjoyment, while at the same time, providing [...]

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Equine Purchase Agreements

For most horse enthusiasts, buying a new horse is a fun and exciting opportunity. However for some, what starts as a pleasant experience can quickly turn into a disaster. The old adage “caveat emptor” or “buyer beware” applies to horse sales perhaps more than any other. To protect themselves, buyers need to exercise due diligence [...]

By | November 5th, 2013|Equine Law|0 Comments