These horses are too young to die; ‘unified governing agency’ would benefit industry, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, Equine Law director

Fair treatment of Thoroughbreds means they will at least get a chance to grow up. By Sally Eckhoff | The New York Times In 1972, the year before Secretariat made racing history, I was raking manure around a fenced-in patch of dirt in Laurel Hollow, N.Y. I was a teenage rider. My world was horses. The ideal summer job was nearby, …

Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show an ‘incredible opportunity,’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of Equine Law

AZBigMedia The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) is returning for the 65th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at WestWorld of Scottsdale. The world’s largest, family-friendly horse show runs Thursday, Feb. 13 through Sunday, Feb. 23 and is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of spectators.  “More than 2,400 Arabian horses from all over the globe will participate in this year’s event,” said …

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Equine Law Dept., writes for Arizona Horse Connection ‘Choice of law, venue & forum selection’

By Adam M. Trenk, Esq. | Arizona Horse Connection As an attorney servicing the business needs of the equine community in Arizona for the last eight and half years, and having recently been licensed to practice law in Kentucky, I have worked to negotiate and document countless transactions. As a rule of thumb, I advise that any transaction involving any …

Despite 2016 law, Salt River horses remain unmanaged; Rose Law Group equine attorney Adam Trenk rides in with comment

By Joseph Postiglione  |  Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting |Photos by Ramona Howard Every year, thousands of people visit the Salt River in the Tonto National Forest to enjoy scenic views of the Sonoran Desert along the riparian area. The natural ecosystem of the Salt River includes a canopy of mesquite, juniper, cottonwoods and Palo Verde trees, which serve as …

Arizona Horse Connection features Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group equine attorney, as Arizona equestrian community’s premier attorney

Arizona Horse Connection Adam Trenk, Esq. has been servicing the legal needs of Arizona’s equestrian community for more than seven years. He has worked to establish himself as the authority on the legal aspects of the horse business since the beginning of his career and is now a preeminent attorney in his field. Trenk is the go to lawyer for …

Getting educated – Equine Science

At Scottsdale Community College By Adam M. Trenk, Esq. A strong education, either formally in the classroom or informally through real-world experience, is the only reliable predictor of a person’s success. Working in the equestrian industry is no different. The greater your wealth of experiences and knowledge working with and around horses, the more likely you are to achieve your …

Congress divided over whether to kill thousands of wild horses; Rose Law Group equine lawyer Adam Trenk suggests ‘holisic’ approach

Crush of the animals causing environmental damages By Josh Siegel | Washington Examiner John Ruhs, the Bureau of Land Management’s director in Nevada, helps oversee 37,700 wild horses and burros roaming federal lands in the state, more than three times the number the agency has determined the ranges there can sustain. Nevada bears the worst of a problem trampling the …

Adam M. Trenk Esq., Arizona equestrian community’s premier attorney

Arizona Horse Connection Adam Trenk, Esq., has been the choice attorney for Arizona’s horse community for more than six years. He and his colleagues at Scottsdale’s Rose Law Group pc provide a full spectrum of business and legal services assisting clients across a wide range of industries. Adam takes pride in delivering results when he assists his clients with an …

Kill wild horses? Solid policies needed for overcrowding, says Rose Law Group Equine Attorney Adam Trenk

The idea of euthanizing horses is controversial and likely would require congressional approval, and horse enthusiasts say they are appalled. By Brandon Loomis | The Republic Federal officials count at least 67,000 horses and burros on public lands Bureau of Land Management holds 45,000 in captivity Advocates worried that many horses would be sold for slaughter A federal advisory committee …