Horse loan agreement

Agreement to protect an owner and their horse or pony loaned or rented for eventing, jumping or showing
  • Solicitor approved
  • Plain English makes editing easy
  • Guidance notes included
  • Money back guarantee
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About this document

An easy to edit template to cover loaning a horse for eventing and jumping or a pony for showing. Alternative provisions are included for free loan or a borrower paying to the use the horse or pony. Invaluable for anyone keeping proper transaction records and looking for protection from compensation claims.

Application and features

  • Suitable for a horse or pony for eventing, jumping, dressage or cross country
  • Editable for flexible agreements
  • Written in plain English
  • With explanatory guidance notes

Contents

  • Alternative clausses for paid or free loan
  • Responsibilities of rider for care and maintenance
  • Who is responsible for risk and insurance
  • Conditions of loan that rider shall compete in specified competitions
  • Extensive warranties relating to condition and history of horse
  • Brood mare may not be in foal
  • Supply to buyer of documents and record of achievement
Draftsman

This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.

 
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