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The Zen Approach to Buying Equine Insurance

The Zen Approach to Buying Equine Insurance

Here's an important question to ask your insurance broker before purchasing loss of use insurance. If a claim is filed, what happens to your horse? Click to find out why....
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Dressage Trainer Sues for Alleged Non-Payment of $177K Commission

Dressage Trainer Sues for Alleged Non-Payment of $177K Commission

Korean Grand Prix rider Dong Seon Kim may have found his future Olympic mount, but a lawsuit filed Tuesday claims Kim never paid his agent her $177,000 commission....
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How to Buy a Horse and Not Get Taken for a Ride

How to Buy a Horse and Not Get Taken for a Ride

A lawsuit filed against Heritage Farm in New York alleges the stable and co-defendants, who were working on a pony mom's behalf, withheld key info. The $325K claim is a good reminder that equine sales agents have a duty ...
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Equine Sales Contract Essentials

Equine Sales Contract Essentials

The horse industry is often a handshake business, and even high-end horses are often purchased and sold without the benefit of a contract. What is essential in an equine sales contract to protect yourself?...
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