Equine Law

Rose Law Group pc’s Equine Law attorney is able to assist with virtually any equine related legal matter you may have. From providing equine-related contracts, including purchase and sale agreements, leases, boarding agreements, and breeding contracts to facilitating transactions and resolving disputes, we are there to service all of your needs.

When you can depend on someone to provide preventative maintenance, quality care, and attention to detail, your chances of success are greater. More importantly, your ability to enjoy what you do without worry grows exponentially. The value of a good professional cannot be understated in the equine world. For those things that you cannot do yourself, there are professionals, such as farriers, veterinarians, trainers, and the like. Similarly, Rose Law Group pc’s Equine Law department is available to protect your interests.

From purchase to sale, and everything in between, there are measures that you can take to minimize risk, protect your interests, and maximize your productivity within the equestrian industry. In addition to having solid contracts, ensuring compliance with local land use and zoning laws is of paramount importance when keeping horses on your property in Arizona.

In addition to providing contracts and helping you navigate through land use issues we are here to assist in entity formations, show organization, and asset protection. Our legal services also extend to equine related insurance claims, litigation representation, filing for agricultural property tax assessments, and estate planning.

Below is a list of some of the equine related services we offer for stakeholders in Arizona’s horse industry:

Horse Owners and Investors in Arizona

  • Purchase/Sale Agreements
  • Installment Sales Agreements
  • Bill of Sale
  • Estate Planning
  • Asset Protection
  • Partnerships and Syndications
  • Entity Formation


  • Training Contracts
  • Agency Agreement and Management Authority
  • Authority to Enter Shows, Competitions, or Races
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Commission Arrangements/Split Earnings Agreements
  • Lesson Contracts

Boarding Facility Operators

  • Boarding Contracts
  • Liability Releases
  • Medical Consent
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employment Contracts

Horse Facility/Property Owners

  • Land Use Issues
  • Building Permits
  • Ground Leases
  • Agricultural Property Tax Assessments
  • Liability Releases


  • Breeding Contracts
  • Shipped Semen Agreements
  • Mare Management Contracts
  • Club Disputes and Resolution of Registration Issues

Other Equine Services

  • Litigation
  • Insurance Support
  • Inquiries and Hearings
  • Organization Structuring
  • Show Management Support
  • Transportation Agreements/Waivers
  • Tax Matters

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In The News

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and director of equine law practice, is Arizona Horse Connection magazine’s cover story

Click here to read the March issue of Arizona Horse Connection Magazine By Lisa Corneu | Arizona Horse Connection “Work Ethic is a personal set of values and principles and beliefs that influence how individuals behave and make decisions in their professional lives.” Adam Trenk acquired his “work ethic” from his men-tor, horseman and trainer, Zane Davis. As a teenager, Trenk

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Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and director of equine law practice, is Arizona Horse Connection magazine’s cover story

By Trudy M. Zeiler | Arizona Horse Connection Magazine “If horses are your business, or just a passion, Adam Trenk, Esq., can keep your interests on the ‘straight and narrow.’” That’s how Arizona Horse Connection magazine kicks off its in-depth profile of Rose Law Group’s partner and director of equine law. Horseman: “Trenk can provide top-tier legal advice to entrepreneurs from any walk of

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Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of Equine Law, discusses the importance of organization and record keeping in the horse industry

By Adam M. Trenk, Esq. | Oklahoma Horses Magazine For the most part, the level of a business’s organization varies based on its size, scale, and maturity level. I have been consulting with Equine Professionals for more than 11 years, and have been around many facets of the horse industry over the course of my life. I have seen professionally

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