Broodmare lease?

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Broodmare lease?

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  • Fee to lease a broodmare
  • What is the rate to lease a broodmare

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    03-12-2013, 03:32 PM
Broodmare lease?

Hey there, we have a broodmare that we are considering leasing to a friend. She is not broke to ride, we are not going to be doing any breeding this year, and he would like to lease her to breed to a stud he has had in mind for a while. He will be keeping the baby. My question is - what is the going rate for a broodmare lease? We honestly would be okay with letting her go to him on a care lease - he pays for feed, trims, vet care, stud fees, etc...This is all expenses we would not have to put into her. Do you think this is fair? Or should we be charging a fee for leasing her on top of this?
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    03-12-2013, 04:01 PM
Most of the breed leases where I live is a care lease with a clause in them if something happens to the mare, like dies, the leaser pays x amount for the mare.
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