When it comes to making equine business deals, you need a lawyer with good old-fashioned horse sense. Our attorneys are experienced in conducting all manners of equine transactions and business matters. For general business matters such as business formation and planning, partnerships and LLCs, real estate agreements, divestitures and spinoffs, and tax and estate planning, our attorneys can apply the unique perspective they’ve gained from working in the equine industry. They are equally prepared to handle matters specific to the equine industry, including stallion sales and syndications, breeding rights and other equine contracts, and securities, private placements, and public offerings. From the simplest agreements to the most complex negotiations, our equine business lawyers will get you across the finish line.
- Purchases, leases, and sales of horses
- Racing and licensing
- Syndications and securities offerings
- Fraud and misrepresentation litigation
- Land use, planning, and real estate contracts
- Business succession for family farms
- Breeding rights
- Equine Activity Liability Act compliance
McBrayer is proud to serve the equine industry in Kentucky, the home to places of note such as the historical racetracks at Churchill Downs and Keeneland, as well as the famous Kentucky Horse Park. Kentucky is also the home to many of the national breed registries and national governing bodies of various equine sporting associations. Thousands of people flock to Kentucky every year to participate in a wide variety of equine activities such as Thoroughbred auctions, racing, hunter jumper shows, breed association shows, eventing competitions, and other world-class events.
At McBrayer, our attorneys are ready to help with all of your equine transactional needs, from setting up your horse farm and purchasing horses to ensuring you are in compliance with Kentucky’s Equine Activity Liability Act.
For any equine business transaction or agreement, the experienced attorneys and government relations professionals at McBrayer’s Lexington, Louisville, and Frankfort offices are prepared to help. Contact our team today to learn more.