Horse Appraisals by Lynn“Equine appraisals by an ASEA lifetime certified appraiser& an ARIA certified riding instructor with many years in the horse industry.”
Port St. Lucie, Florida
Main Phone: 518-269-0480
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Postal Address:Business's Website: http://www.horseappraisalsbylynn.com
11367 SW Halton St
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34987 USA
|Company Description: I provide accurate written equine appraisals for insurance, sales,donations, contract disputes, divorce, health or unsoundness,many types of litigation and expert witness testimony. A strict code of ethics and rules are followed to provide the utmost in accuracy and fairness in the written appraisal.|
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Description: As a certified equine appraiser, the written report will be very comprehensive and include such relevant items as -copies of registration papers -3 or 4 generation pedigree- health records (from all attending veterinarians that may affect current value of the horse) -earnings reports -show records -if a stallion a list of the offspring sired and the last two years stud report -if a mare, complete record of foals showing the sire of each foal, the sire's stud fee, show record of foals, sex of foals and all dates and purchase prices of foals-names and location of past trainers involved with the subject equineA thorough physical inspection of the subject equine will be conducted including taking photographs showing color, conformation and distinguishing marks and characteristics.As with other types of property, comparable horses are utilized in determining the value of the subject horse. Once all the data is gathered, a comprehensive analysis is conducted. A written report is compiled, bound and submitted to you and other interested parties named by you.
| Equine appraisals are utilized in a variety of ways:
To insure the horse(s) for the proper amount
To amend an insured value when the horse has a change in activities (career change, ie standing at stud to show horse)
When donating the horse to a Charitable Organization
In litigation, bankruptcy, or divorce proceeding
Using the horse as collateral for a lending institution
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