Kentucky Equine Lawyers
Louisville | Lexington | Bowling Green | Corbin | Southern Indiana
Equine law is extremely important in Kentucky. We have long been established as a leader in equine law, and our attorneys were highly involved in crafting the law governing lending institutions taking horses as collateral for loans. Our knowledge of equine law is unsurpassed, and our reputation for service and results is widely known throughout Kentucky and the surrounding states. For additional information on our equine lawyers in Kentucky, please visit Our Firm page.
Experienced Kentucky Equine Law Attorneys
From our Kentucky offices in Louisville and Lexington, our legal team offers a full range of services related to equine law, including the following:
Purchase or sale of horses
Our equine attorneys regularly deal with the purchase and sale of horses, including race horses, show horses, and other pleasure horses. Our equine attorneys routinely create and review purchase agreements, loan documents, and equine financing agreements, as well as handle corporate or partnership matters and syndication issues.
Horses as collateral
Our equine lawyers assist banks, finance companies, and financial institutions that loan money utilizing horses as collateral; we handle such issues as repossessions, workouts, changes in collateral value, death of a horse, perfecting your security interest, and protecting your interest.
Liens involving horses
Our equine attorneys can assist you with various liens, including veterinarian liens, agister liens, and assist with any lien disputes.
Boarding and care
Our equine attorneys prepare and review boarding contracts, training contracts, and other issues involving the care and protection of your horse.
Our equine attorneys handle contract negotiations, preparation, and review for breeding rights of race horses and other Thoroughbreds, including issues regarding time, season, and success; we also handle equine litigation involving breeding rights.
Disputes involving horses
Our lawyers handle equine litigation and other forms of dispute resolution involving horses, including race horse breeding rights, show horse breeding rights, and Thoroughbred breeding rights, as well as purchase and sale disputes, race horse bloodline disputes, fraud and misrepresentation, breach of contract claims, and disputes with trainers, boarders, veterinarians, and caretakers.