I'm not new to horses, but I've never leased out a horse before. (Sorry, didn't know exactly where to post this)
I am currently extremely busy, and therefore I don't have a lot of time to ride my horse.
I think she'd definitely benefit from being ridden a lot more often, and having someone who can give her all the time I can't give her anymore.
I just have a few questions on what is required of me insurance wise and whatnot. I don't want to lease out a horse without doing it right. I know I'll definitely need contracts and stuff written up, but I've read so many different things about how all the insurance stuff works. I've read from "You don't need to insure your horse, the person leasing it from you will insure it." to, "You need to have your horse insured!"
My horse is by no means some beautiful show horse thats worth a whole ton of money, but I want to be sure if she is hurt in this other persons care, I am not responsible for extremely high vet bills.
tldr: Do I need insurance on my horse, or does the person leasing from me need the insurance? Or can it work either way?