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        08-20-2009, 01:05 PM
    Question Loan from a far away stable

    I am thiniking about loaning a horse very soon, and I was wondering, there is a stable near me, but I don't want to loan any horse from there, and Dylan is to far away... Is there anyway I could loan a horse and then take it to another stable nearer me?? And if so, I would totally do that! But I still couldn't loan dylan even if I could do that, beacuse he's a riding school horse... or could I? So that's 2 questions, please answer as best you can :)
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        08-20-2009, 01:29 PM
    Just to clear it up so I understand the terminology difference, by "loan" you mean that you are getting the horse not that you are sending your horse somewhere? In the US, when we pay a fee for use of a horse that is called "leasing". "Loaning" a horse means that we are collecting a fee for the use of our horse.

    If I had a horse that I wanted to lease from a stable, typically the stable would want the horse to stay with them.
        08-20-2009, 01:40 PM
    It is all up to the owner of the horse whether or not the horse would be available for an "off site lease/loan" type of deal. Yes it is done. Yes you could do that with a horse. I don't own the horse you are interested in, so cannot say if you can with that particular horse. Good luck.

    If you do get it, I suggest getting insurance on that horse, just to safeguard him, you, and the owner in case of injury/death of the horse while in your care.

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