d) The tenant must retain the atBarn horse name as the principal residence of the horse, unless otherwise agreed between the owner and the tenant. The horse may be temporarily accommodated in other appropriate equine facilities for the purpose of veterinary treatment or demonstration of the horse at horse shows sanctioned by usef. The temporary suspension for equestrian purposes may not exceed two months (2 months), unless agreed between the lessor and the tenant. Only after the prior written authorization of the owner can the tenant transfer the horse to another stable than the horse`s main residence for the duration of the rental. The horse must remain under the care and training of the trainer name. In case the name of the trainer will not be able to maintain and train the horse. By mutual agreement between the owner and the tenant, another trainer may be appointed to maintain and train the horse. f) The lessee must provide the lessor, at the end of the rental agreement, with copies of all veterinary and medical records attesting that the horse has been taken care of in accordance with the standards of care established in this rental agreement. Horses do not need to be registered as a breed to be USDF HID or Lifetime Registered. If your horse has breed registry papers, USDF asks for a copy of these documents. If you are interested in participating in the USDF All-Breeds Awards program, you must submit a copy of your horse`s breed registry papers, a completed form of declaration, and a 35-year registration fee of 35 $US by August 1 of the competition year. For more information about the Adequan®/USDF All-Breeds Awards, see Important information for All-Breeds attendees and the next question. Yes, the minimum requirement for a horse is a USDF-HID number.
It is $35 and it is a one-time sum. Some classes are not subject to USDF registration requirements for horses. Exception list 8.Consideration for leasing. In return for the rental of the horse by the lessor, the tenant takes care of the complete maintenance and maintenance of the horse at Ajor Motion Farms, LLC, based at 22945 Coltrane Avenue, Newhall, CA 91321, at the sole expense of the tenant. This treatment must correspond to the usual degree of care for the horse that is actively training and that is presented on the USEF horse show circuit sanctioned by the notation. Treatments include among others: turn out, stable, proper food and water, farrier care (every 5-6 weeks), care, training, physical exercise and, if necessary, medical and veterinary care. The renter is also responsible for the fact that the horse receives semi-annual vaccinations, an annual coggin test, a dental examination and floating teeth and that it is properly bandaged with protective bandages during shipping or after hard work. In addition, the tenant is responsible for a minimum of monthly injections of polyglycon (or other similar injections of glucosamine) and Ulcergard or other similar medications while traveling or at shows. The horse is subjected to semi-annual paralysis examinations and therapeutic joint injections as required (including, but not limited to, jump joints, chokes and/or coffin joints).
Stools must be injected at least once during the rental period (inside and out and without the use of Vetalog). Lower Back must be injected at least once during the rental period. It should be taken into account that the horse is a pony and it is not necessary to perform several injections at the same time. All medications given to Horse should be administered by a veterinarian or horse professional. See Addendum « A » for specific care instructions and the list of medications. 4. The tenant did not return the horse on time to the owner. If the lessee does not return the horse to the owner in good time in accordance with the duration of the rental provided for in paragraph 2 of this agreement, the tenant undertakes to pay lump sum damages for each day until the return of the horse to the owner, up to $Day measurement per day. . .