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Tips on Accidental Breeding

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When a horse breeds by accident and you want to recover damages you should know that there are no specific laws that govern equine enterprises. However, like other legal actions involving damages to personal property, horse owners should gather as much evidence as possible to support their claims.

You want to know the basics:

  • Who owned the horses?
  • Under what circumstances were they quartered?
  • Who was responsible for quartering?
  • Did you have just an oral agreement for board or did you enter into a written agreement?

    For more information, please read the story Accidental Breeding - Who's Ultimately Responsible?

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