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Whether you’re a horse owner, equestrian professional, or equine business owner, you need to know your legal rights and responsibilities – that’s where Kemple Gormley Solicitors come in.

Equestrian or Equine law refers to the legal framework that governs various aspects of horse-related activities, businesses, and interactions. It encompasses a range of legal issues specific to the equestrian industry, including horse ownership, boarding, training, competition, and liability.

Kemple Gormley Solicitors have expert knowledge in areas such as Show jumping, Eventing, Dressage. It is this wealth of experience combined with expert knowledge of many Equestrian disciplines and of the law that has Kemple Gormley Solicitors as one of the leading provider of specialist advice in this area.

So whether the issue is a technical injury to horse or rider, vice misrepresentation, disciplinary or rules infraction, or a commercial litigation issue relating to sale of a horse or payment of a commission, the firm not only possesses expert legal knowledge but is equipped to understand the issues and terminology and react quickly.

Specialist areas include: (but not limited to)

  • Equine sales and Purchases,
  • Livery Agreements,
  • Employment Contracts and Employment matters,
  • Partnership Agreements,
  • Stallion Syndication Agreements,
  • Sponsorship Agreements,
  • Equine Finance Agreements and Shareholders Agreements,
  • Commission Agreements, Agent Agreements and Trainer’s agreements
  • Stud Purchases to include Sales, Purchases and/or Leases,
  • Company formations,
  • Vet/Veterinary Disputes,
  • Misrepresentation Disputes,
  • Disciplinary Appeals,
  • Foal Rearing agreements,
  • Equine Prohibited substances,
  • Doping Appeals, Sports Mediation and;
  • Commercial Litigation and Public Liability issues.

Given the specialized nature of equestrian law, individuals involved in the horse industry, including horse owners, trainers, and equestrian businesses, may seek legal advice to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations and to address specific issues unique to the equestrian world.