Legal Aspects for horsemen
If you grow up riding horses, and you want to be a lawyer, then, of
course, you become a lawyer specializing in the legal aspects of horse
And if you are willing to teach other horse lovers what they need
to know, then, of course, you become the instructor for the online
course, Legal Aspects of Horse Management. And that is exactly what
Rachel Kosmal McCart has done.
Rachel, founder of Equine Legal Solutions, Inc., based in San Jose,
CA, has joined the www.horsecoursesonline.com faculty. Her course
is being offered by Austin Education Center and Scottsdale Community
College. Students completing the course receive a certificate of
recognition, and credit toward a Professional Designation in Horse
Training or a Horse Sense Success Series Certificate.
A graduate of Duke University School of Law, Rachel worked with
major law firms in New York and California, and was in-house attorney
for a Fortune 100 company just prior to forming Equine Legal Solutions,
a full-service firm serving the needs of the horse community. Services
include customized contracts, risk management and dispute resolution.
She is a member of both the California and New York bars.
Growing up on a horse farm in Tipp City, OH, Rachel was a 4-H member
and competed in nearly every discipline at Appaloosa, Quarter horse
and hunter/jumper shows. She is a member of the American Paint Horse
Association, the American Quarter Horse Association and the American
Association for Horsemanship Safety. She wants to devote some of
her time to being a 4-H leader in her community.
Although Rachel enjoys trail riding with husband Erin, her competitive
spirit keeps her jumping obstacles at regional shows with her young
APHA gelding, ZW Cut to the Chase.
To see a description and outline of Legal Aspects of Horse Management,
go to www.horsecoursesonline.com. To receive a free monthly newsletter
summarizing current legal developments and their practical implications
for the horse industry, visit www.equinelegalsolutions.com