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Risk management for horses and horse related activities. I am always looking for good articles to share. Please feel free to share yours here, or contact me to have me add yours.
Risk management for horses and horse related activities. I am always looking for good articles to share. Please feel free to share yours here, or contact me to have me add yours.

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"In my quest to educate and inform riding instructors I am now presenting riding instructor programs with real judges. I did these before when I lived in Florida and looking forward to what I can do with them now"

Are you a jumping instructor in the horse world? If so.... then this Jumping Instructor webinar is what you have been looking for!

Register today for the FREE Jumping Instructors Webinar!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jumping-instructors-free-webinar-tickets-27765156330

Topics include:

"From the Judges Box"

Are you coaching riders who are competing over fences? Now you can ask those questions you have always wanted answers for.

"Teaching Rein Connection"
How should the rider hold the reins and where do they need to be positioned? How should a rider hold the reins in a Pelham bit?

"Horse Business 101"
What you need to know as a professional in the horse world. Let us show you what you need to know. Record keeping, Marketing, liability and safety issues.

Master Clinicians

Paddy Downing-Nygard is a"USEF R' Judge Hunter/Equitation/Jumpers (25 years). Paddy is well known in the hunter/jumper world where she has judged at shows that include: Pebble Beach, the Arabian Nationals and more.
Randi Thompson is the founder of Horse and Rider Awareness. Randi has been coaching professionals in the horse world for over 20 years in horse and rider training, business and marketing. She is also a Master Instructor with the Certified Horsemanship Assn. Check out her website at: http://www.horseandriderawareness.com

Join with us in the FREE Jumping Instructors Webinar. Paddy and Randi are going to share tips that you will be able to use right away to improve your coaching skills!

Those who would like to invest more in their success can join with us for our live Jumper Instructor Bootcamp.

Register today for the FREE Jumping Instructors Webinar! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jumping-instructors-free-webinar-tickets-27765156330

Stay tuned for the announcement of the Dressage Instructors Bootcamp!

#jumpinginstructorbootcamp
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Are you involved in buying or selling horses? What you need to know. The taking of secret profits, kickbacks, and undisclosed commissions are, unfortunately, a historic part of commercial practice in the equine industry. Undisclosed agency and compensation arrangements among owners, sellers, agents, trainers, sponsors, and other “facilitators” are common in the horse world and have normalized unfair and deceptive acts that would not be permitted in other industries. The problem is not limited to Florida, nor, indeed, the United States. In England, secret commissions are known, ironically, as “sweeteners.”2 https://buff.ly/2AXRkny
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Are you allowing dogs run loose on your farm? If so... it might be time for you to change that policy. hat if this happens to you? Are you allowing dogs run loose on your farm? If so... it might be time for you to change that policy.
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That is for sure, at least for people like us. Do you agree?
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The 10 Commandments for horses. Would you add any to this list?
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"What if.... you decide to let someone else use your property to give lessons, train or board. What do you need to know. In fact, should you even do it?"

For more great articles on Equine Law join Julie's Facebook page at: Foster Swift: Equine Law You can also sign up for her blog at: https://buff.ly/2sKoS4a Julie Fershtman is the author of two Equine Law books: Equine Law & Horse Sense and MORE Equine Law & Horse Sense. She co-authored/co-edited the ABA book "Litigating Animal Law Disputes: A Complete Guide for Lawyers."
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How cool is this? A mechanical horse so the ladies could learn how to ride sidesaddle... it looks like it was also labeled as an exercise machine.
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Question: I’m planning on being an independent contractor, as I’m training out of a few different barns. Is there anything I need to know, particularly regarding the legalities of this? Answer: Explained here!: https://buff.ly/2RZGHHn
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