Trial Agreement Equine

Other provisions that may be helpful are that potential buyers agree to be financially responsible for all transportation costs charged by the stable seller and the appropriate veterinary and Farrier fees during the testing phase. H. Who must ride the horse during the examination, for what discipline the horse should be used, which tacks should be used and who pays for a trainer or instructor during the trial period. Any type of prohibited activity (p.B. jump) must also be clearly stated. From the buyer`s point of view, an attempt is a great way to more accurately assess the horse`s ability before a piece of change descends. For the seller, he can close the sale. Besides, what could go wrong? If you carry the horse to the test site and return to the seller, you should not pass the test and who bears the costs. J. If the horse needs to pass a pre-emption test, indicate the name of the veterinarian, the tests that can be included and who pays. Many experts recommend that the pre-emption examination be carried out in court before a horse leaves.

In this way, if the horse becomes lame or sick, the problem can be identified before the horse is put in the hands of a buyer. Consider the payment structure to include in this type of test agreement. As the horse is not sold and no sales invoice is executed, the seller still owns the horse, but the potential buyer has custody and control of the horse, so a determination of the compensation structure can be difficult and you must be creative depending on the facts and circumstances of your situation. From the buyer`s point of view, trying is a great way to more accurately assess the horse`s ability before a piece of change comes down. For the seller, he can close the sale. Besides, what could go wrong? H. Who should ride the horse during the examination, for what discipline the horse should be used, which tacks should be used and who pays for a trainer or instructor during the trial period. From the horse Jekyll and Hyde, who, in the seller`s yard, seemed to be the model of the horse`s decoration, just to become a sacred terror when he arrives in your barn, to the buyer who presents himself as the candidate for holiness, but who turns with your dear horse and turns away with your esteemed horse, which they will never hear again , and each intermediate scenario, pre-purchase processes face potentially serious problems for both sides.