About leasing a horse?
i've read about leasing, and it sounds like a good belief. i just have a few questions.
does it enjoy to be a horse near you?
how much cheaper is it than actually buying a horse?
do u need to own adjectives of the tack like saddles, bridles, grooming equipment ect. or will it be provided?
Some people require that the horse stay at a certain barn, or wherever it is currently stabled. Others will agree to you bring the horse to your barn, or where ever you'd keep it.
Usually it's quite a bit cheaper. At my barn, to lease a horse is $120 a month and board tax is $220 a month. But if you move your leased horse to a different barn, you would most likely be responsible for paying for board, vet, farrier, etc.
Some relatives provide the tack, and others will require that you get your own.
Instead of asking these questions on Yahoo Answers, you should find a horse you like to be precise available for lease and ask the horse's owner.
I currently lease right now rather then own because it's much smaller number expensive. To answer your questions
does it have to be a horse near you? If you would similar to to use their facilities and keep the horse were it is currently boarded after yes, if it's a care lease and you are taking the horse to a different facility then no
how much cheaper is it than truly buying a horse? MUCH cheaper, but don't let them rip you off. I pay $150 to ride 4 days a week. Some places will try and formulate you pay for the board/shoes/feed etc.. I've seen leases as cheap as $40 a month. With the cutback bad, you can get a very cheap lease.
do u stipulation to own all of the tack like saddles, bridles, grooming equipment ect. or will it be if? Not usually, that should be included in your lease
have fun :)