Here's a look at some of the practical and legal issues for raising rates.
The old adage, Get It in Writing, is never more true than when it comes to caring for other people's horses. Here are some tips to protect yourself.
Is allowing outside trainers into your barn worth the risk?
Here's a look at three typical scenarios that can wind up in court.
What happens when one of the horses in your care gets loose and causes an accident?
Problems stables encounter while collecting unpaid board—and how to keep them from happening to you.
Are release waivers worth the time and effort? You bet.
If you've ever used one of your client's horses for lessons, here's what you should know about liability.
Working with horses can be a dangerous activity and injuries are common. When a trainer gets injured on the job, who is liable?
Hosting horse shows is a great way to showcase your facility. It also opens you up to major liabilities.
A vet or farrier comes to your farm to perform work on one of the horses in your care, but something goes wrong. Who shoulders the liability?
Are you covered if a spectator gets hurt on your property?
Do you know what recourse you have if a horse in your care becomes a victim of veterinary malpractice?
Just because your state has an Equine Activity Liability Act, doesn't mean you are protected from lawsuits. Here's what you need to know.