One of the advantages was that during the two-year rental period, the horse could learn three new events and present himself with two separate riders in two divisions. In my own case, my now-retired javah Mon horse has shown it another year after we achieved our goals together. He was more successful, then he came home to retire at the end of his lease. It gave a wonderful person the chance to show off a great horse and my mother a financial break because it will never be sold. It was great for both sides. Jerry Erickson – Since leasing was allowed, I have rented three horses with good results. Two of them were in the possession of today`s clients who had life situations in which they could not appear for two years. Elizabeth “Spike” Brewer – Personally, I think the leasing program, if used properly, is a great asset in encouraging exhibitors to give a chance, perhaps after a long break, or even to allow access to a horse higher than a person normally can afford. Jason Wanderer – in 2014, I had a horse that didn`t suit me personally for trail and western lessons, but showed a talent for multi-purpose events.
I was able to use the AQHA rental program to rent it to a client of Brad Jewett who wanted to show it in amateur events all over the place; she could afford to maintain and show a horse for a period of one year, but could not buy a horse. In the end, everything went well, but in the future I would understand that it would be important to know that he/she would not really be for sale until after the one-year rental period had expired if I rented a horse. Rental rules1) Riding time on rented horses must be planned in advance. If, for some reason, you are unable to make your scheduled travel time, you can call and request another travel time. However, it may not always be possible to make up for missed travel time. In a half-rental situation, 2 people will rent the same horse. The first person who rents the horse has the first opportunity to plan his 3 trips (1.5 hours of time). However, every effort is made to plan the optimal travel times for each tenant. There are a number of reasons for such a schedule: it will mainly help the tenant to comply with a riding plan and make the most of the rental contract.
Secondly, to be able to offer the affordable half-lease option, 2 people will rent the same horse, so the schedules will have to be respected. Third, rented horses can be used in class around the riding times provided by the tenants to facilitate the low cost of this leasing program. 2) The lease must be fully paid up to one week before the first day of the rental period. Due to the popularity of this program, if the rental contract is not fully paid 1 week before the rental period, the rental contract will be given to the nearest person on the waiting list. 3) Only the person who actually rents the horse can ride the rented horse. If family members want to go, they can plan a private lesson. It is unfair for horses and their owners (me) to be put in a risky position, to allow unqualified riders to ride rented horses. All persons who rent horses must meet the conditions of the rental authorization. 4) Lease Conditions: – Person must have taken a minimum of 3 months of riding lessons at PDF Riding prior to leasing (or meet the standards of competency). – The person must be able to stop, drive, walk and walk and drive with other riders who follow the rules of the arena. Your skills will be determined by me. – No one must be able to catch the holder, lead, groom, pick feet, tie, saddle and horse bridles rented safely and independently.
If the tenant is a child, parents must master these skills when their child is unable to develop them.