Buying vs Leasing

Know horses, no money. Know money, no horses.   I read that statement somewhere once and I couldn't agree more. Whether we like it or not, our passion is expensive. And let's be honest, the purchase of a horse is usually the cheapest expense compared to everything else. I mean there's the board, the vet, the farrier, the membership fees, the tack, the transport fees... the list can go on and on.

  Regardless of all of that. We're willing to put the majority of our income into these beautiful four legged friends of ours. So, when you think you're finally ready to step out of the world of school horses and into the world of horse ownership, the first decision you'll have to make is: do you want to lease or do you want to buy?

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