Whether horses are your business or hobby, they are undoubtedly a potential minefield of risks.
Equine insurance can, of course, limit the risks, but certain things simply cannot be insured against.
Unlike other businesses, equestrian business can often be conducted with nothing more than the strength of a handshake. You need to have peace of mind that all the legal issues have been considered and dealt with correctly.
Equine law specialists
Our equine law specialists have one thing in common – a genuine passion for horses. It’s this passion, coupled with years of hands-on equestrian experience, that means our team can help you by providing unrivalled advice on all equine issues. You’ll be safe in the knowledge that the lawyer you are dealing with really understands the issue and can often relate to such issues with personal as well as legal experience.
The team is headed up by Director and specialist equine solicitor Caroline Bowler. Caroline was riding ponies before she could walk – having been brought up at her family’s riding school, she’s always had horses in her life. Caroline is currently kept busy with her collection of 12 horses and ponies, ranging from young Connemara ponies to her retired showjumping horse – who is now in her late 20’s. Read more about our equine law team.
For a no-obligation discussion on the issues below or any other equine issue, please contact any member of our specialist equine law team.
Caroline Bowler is 'one of the best equine lawyers', and also has expertise in professional negligence and property litigation.The Legal 500 2013