What Is The Appraisal Process?
appraisal is unique and is kept strictly confidential. In making the appraisal, a comparable market analysis is used.
This market data approach has as its premise, the comparison of your subject equine with other equine that have sold in the
recent past. From these values of recent equine sales, a dollar figure is calculated representing the fair market value
of the subject equine. Of coure, this value is time sensitive due to economics and trends in the horse industry.
What Do You Get?
You will receive a full Summary Appraisal Report which includes extensive research on your horse's background, bloodlines, registration papers, riding discipline, show or foal records along with
photographs of the subject equine. You will receive a professionally printed and bound report, suitable and admissable
in a court of law.
What Are The Fees?
The scope of your appraisal is determined by time
and nature of the appraisal. Please allow an estimated ten hours which is typically the minimum to complete the
appraisal and report process. Normal turn-around time for a full summary appraisal is about two weeks.