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    Default Another "Inutero" Sales Question

    I have a former customer who is very interested in purchasing a full sibling (not yet conceived ) to a foal I sold her before.

    I've learned alot about inutetro contracts from reading COTH, but a question: I know that the buyer is generally responsible for all costs other than basic board once the foal is deemed "healthy".

    What about registration/inspection costs? If the mare is already approved, how do you handle that?



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    With ours, I pay & submit the registration paperwork, so I know they get registered. I did work with the owners so the name was one they liked in hopes they would also use it for USEF & other groups the join. I'm hoping it will allow me to track their records. The inspection is up to them, but ours are not like WB and occur 2-3 years of age
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