Q: I have an action contract for one of my horses, where a lady looks after him 3-4 days a week and contributes $25 a week for his livelihood. I also put a pony as a permanent loan companion. Could you tell me what kind of contract I need for both situations and how I can develop them so that they are legally binding? These are horses that are essentially available on a short test basis and can usually move to the new home for a period of weeks or months before the horse is paid in full to the seller. It is very important not only to agree on the price before the horse is moved, but also to ensure that a strong agreement is reached, describing all the responsibilities, debts and costs of both parties. LWVTB arrangements can be very popular and a very effective way to ensure that the horse is well suited to their new home and rider. It also shows the buyer that the owner has nothing to hide on his horse, as they are willing to go to court and be returned if they are unsuitable. Partial credit contracts generally offer happy support. Often, the horse will always be kept in the owner`s yard, and they will continue to take responsibility for some of the care. Partial loans or horse shares can often involve a common sharing of riding and fees, but in general, the most important decisions are made by the owner and NOT by the person who excludes the loan. Sharing a horse can be a good first step before taking a horse to full loan base or buying your first horse. Similarly, when listing their horses on loan with us, owners need to be very clear about the activities and behaviours that the horse can do, they cannot help but answer those questions, which greatly facilitates the work of the person looking for the right horse. For more information on how the process works, click here on our „How it Works“ page. Be sure to consider all the factors before borrowing your horse, especially the horse`s ability, as well-being is of the utmost importance.

Does your horse, for example, have a disease that requires specialized care, or is your horse older and going to a mate? Your horse will be out of your daily control, and there have been occasions when horses have been loaned to people considered trustworthy, but the horse unfortunately ends up in a neglected state.