Rachel Kosmal McCart
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There has recently been a concern expressed by people worried about purchasing genetically defective horses.


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Q: I had a PPE done. The horse failed the flexion test. Vet says it’s probably just a farrier issue. I had him to another vet three months later. He diagnosed him with arthritis in his knee.


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Who Owns Them, and What Can They Do with Them?
Q:  We have a young Hunter Under Saddle prospect for sale and a lot of prospective buyers have expressed an interest in him.  One prospective buyer came out to look at him and took some video footage of the colt going around


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Q. I realize that you have addressed the liability issue in regards to hosting an event. But my question is who is liable within the boarding facility?


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Lots of folks weren’t even aware of the EHV-1 outbreak, or they weren’t aware that it was serious, or that it was in their state. While being the bearer of bad news is never pleasant, we’re glad we could help inform horse owners.


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EHV-1 Outbreak and Potential Liability for Barn Owners, Equine Event Hosts


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-by Rachel Kosmal McCart California Horse Sale Disclosure Law Now Applies to Show Horse Industry


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Q: We recently purchased a horse and wanted to make sure the horse would be a good fit for our needs, so we asked the seller if we could take the horse on a 30-day trial period. The seller agreed, and we entered into a purchase agreement that specified the contract was “subject to a 30-day trial period.”


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