It may be odd for more people to hear, but yes, some people do lend their horses and make some extra cash out of it in return. And just like leasing or lending a home, a car, and any other valuable and significant item, leasing your beloved would need paperwork processes and all the legalities needed, especially when it is more than just a thing—it is an actual living creature.

You might wonder, why would some people rent a horse? Some sports enthusiasts who involve themselves on horseback riding, equestrian, polo, and any other sport that involves horses would love to rent your horse at any given time. To get started, you can check out some Sample Agreements on this page.

Sample Partial Horse Lease Agreement

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Pasture Lease Agreement Sample in PDF

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 Simple Horse Lease Agreement

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Standard Horse Lease Agreement Sample

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Horse Half-Lease Agreement Example

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It may sound easy peasy for you, but dealing with proper and careful horse leasing agreements could be quite a daunting and tedious task for most people. Aside from that, you would also need to screen some of the lessor’s details and information carefully before actually having to make a transaction with him or her.

And also if needed, you can always have your lawyer assist you. Needless to say Sample Lease Termination Agreements are also right around the corner of this page just in case you would need to have it as a reference or gather some necessary information and details with regards to the subject matter.

Here are also some points and provisions to consider when deciding on leasing your horse:

  • the period or the duration of the agreement;
  • payment details such as the exact total amount of the horse lease, to whom it shall be paid, and the date and time of when it must be fully paid;
  • each party’s duties for the horse maintenance;
  • any restrictions by the lessor;
  • the types of horse or horses that are permitted or not permitted;
  • any details of the arrangement, especially the procedures and how it will end;

Horse Lease Purchase Agreement

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Part Time Horse Lease Agreement

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Stable Horse Riding Lease Agreement

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Horse Lease Agreement Sample

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Full Time Horse Lease Agreement

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Horse Care Agreement Sample

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  • general care or care routine of the horse within the arrangement period;
  • if there will be any legal disputes, how will it be managed and addressed, and who will pay for the legal fees;
  • the laws in your country relating to the subject matter;
  • identification of the leased horse: breed, height, registry, color, gender, name, and registration numbers;
  • if or not the leased horse can be used for breeding;
  • an option to buy or purchase the horse back;
  • information on the lessor: name, address, and contact numbers;
  • current health or the overall condition of the leased horse;
  • if the leased horse is being trained or not;
  • the leased horse’s discipline levels and what kinds of shows can the leased horse go or allowed to go to;
  • is the leased horse well fed and well maintained;
  • who is authorized to show the horse and who is the authorized to ride the horse within the lease period;
  • if the horse has a trainer, make sure to get the leased horse’s trainer’s contact information such as the name, phone and mobile numbers, and address, in case if any emergency situation arises; and
  • does the lessor have insurance for the leased horse?

 

Moreover, you can also have a look at our Sample Rental Lease Agreements to give you some insights and more knowledge when it comes to renting a horse.

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