Double "C" Texas Walkers
Texas Law (Chapter 87 Civil Practice and Remedies Code) an Equine
Professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant
equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.
Training Contract is made and entered into on this ______ day of
_____________ 201___, by and between Double C Texas Walkers, hereinafter
“Manager,” and ___________________________________, hereinafter
designated “Owner.” Manager agrees to accept
horse ________________________________ for training. This
contract is structured under the laws of the State of Texas. For and in
consideration of the agreements hereinafter set forth, Owner and Manager
mutually agree as follows:
Owner agrees that Manager, their agents and employees are not liable for
death, sickness and/or accident, including consequential damages caused by
horse. In addition, Owner agrees to hold Manager completely harmless and
not liable for any injury whatsoever caused to Owner, and/or loss or
damages to personal property.
It is the Owner’s responsibility to carry full and complete insurance
coverage on Owner, Owner’s horse and all personal property. Owner agrees
to abide by all Manager’s rules and regulations and to wear proper
safety equipment (i.e. hard hat and boots).
Owner shall pay Manager for training services, $______________
per month. In addition, optional services are available on Appendix A
and will be charged accordingly.
Training fee's are due on the first (1st) day of each month for that current month;
timely payments are strictly enforced. If fee's are not paid by the seventh
(7th) day of the month, Owner agrees that Manager may charge a $25 late
fee. If account is 60 days past due and after three documented attempts to
contact Owner, the horse will be considered abandoned. Owner agrees that
Manager may sell the horse at auction and
has the right to deduct all past due fees and any other direct charges
from the proceeds. The balance will be sent to Owner’s last known
Horse shall be free from infectious, contagious or transmissible diseases.
A current Coggins test, veterinarian’s health certificate and health,
worming and immunization record, which includes rabies, VEWT, strangles
and rhino flu. Manager reserves the right to refuse any horse not in
proper health. If the horse’s vaccinations are not kept current by
Owner, Manager reserves the right to have a veterinarian
the vaccinations at Owner’s expense.
the vaccinations at Owner’s expense.
Manager reserves the right to notify the Owner within seven (7) days of
horse’s arrival if horse, in Manager’s opinion, is deemed dangerous,
sick or uncontrollable for a boarding stable. In such case, Owner is
responsible for removing the horse within seven (7) days and for all fees
incurred during horse’s stay. After all fees have been paid, this
Contract is concluded.
Regular veterinarian and farrier attention will be the sole responsibility
of Owner. In the event of sickness or accident to the horse, after
reasonable efforts have failed to contract Owner, Manager has permission
to contact a veterinarian for treatment, at Owner’s expense.
Should either party breach this Contract, the breaching party shall pay
for the other’s court costs and attorney fees related to the breach.
This Contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No
other agreements or promises, verbal or implied are included unless
specifically stated in this written agreement; each party should
separately initial any additional agreements.
“C” Texas Walkers, or by its Agent
___ Owner or Parent Signature
State and Zip
Training Agreement Vital Information
Name Phone Number
Person if Owner cannot be reached Phone Number
Shows - $.90 per mile per horse average, otherwise ask for quote for local or long distance hauling.
$25.00 includes: bridle path, pasture clip for ears and muzzle. NOTE: If your horse is difficult to clip, this charge will be increased.
$50.00 per day fee for horse preparation. Does not include show fees.
A Fee of $50.00 per hour will be charged for special care needs, and special medical needs if they arise on a per hour basis.
acknowledges that Manager is not liable for any damages caused to Owners
horse due to medications administered by Manager or its staff.’
Training Agreement must be accompanied by a signed copy of the General
Release of Liability.
SERVICES CAN BE ARRANGED INDIVIDUALLY
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