Sample Livery Agreement

3. Working painting – In addition to the full duration of painting, it is also necessary to define the conditions under which a horse can work: details about the services contained in the painting fee. Is movement included? Is the horse maintained and saddled for the owner? Is the clover cleaned regularly? Describe in detail the services and facilities you provide as part of the painting fee. This is an agreement for owners who provide a bulk box and basic facilities to allow an owner customer to take care of their horse. Describe all costs and who is responsible for them. Veterinary and farrier costs are usually the responsibility of the owner and should be taken into account. Indicate all additional costs: deworming, clipping, additional additions and whether they are included in the painting fee or how much is calculated. This painting agreement between Livery Yard and Horse Owner can be used when a Livery Yard welcomes a horse for a private (non-commercial) horse owner. 1.4 {In a working painting} the horse is no more than …….. daily hours and must not exceed ……….. Kg. General – Information that should be included in any painting contract: each owner of a boarding school barn must publish a copy of his or her rules and right to deposit animals and effects at a striking location in the barns.

In the event of non-compliance with the rules or payment agreements, the customer may not invoke any breach of the existence of these directives or the effects of an infringement. Also ask customers to sign and give them a copy of the rules when they move in. Any deposit rights on animals and effects should be clearly stated in the painting contract, which they should also sign. 3.1 The owner ensures that the horse is supplied with all the belongings set out in the calendars (this describes the owner`s responsibilities to your horse, the services provided by the farm, the fees for using the services, your horse`s profile and a daily breakdown of your horse`s painting routine, and is drafted in four parts) A waiver of liability should be included, in which the owner of the horse agrees to waive the responsibility of the farm in the event of bodily injury or injury to the horse. . . .