Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. At Equine Law UK we are happy to talk through your situation before advising on the best course of action. It is always best to call as soon as possible after an issue crops up.

If we think you have a case we can offer representation.

Our Equine Lawline offers  specialist legal advice from Lawyer, Jacqui Dark (nee Fulton). This is ideal where you need advice but do not want to instruct a Solicitor, for instance in small claims cases and cases where parties are self-represented.

Calls are charged at £3.60 per minute, plus your phone provider’s access charge. Callers must be 18+ & have the bill payer’s permission. Live calls are recorded. 

Equine Lawline – 0903 991 0002 

We will be very happy to talk to you about the situation. You may well have a legal case. 

We understand this is an upsetting issue when you are forging a relationship with a new horse and have hopes for a happy future together. 

Information we will need to enable us to decide if we can take your case forward is what type of pre-purchase vetting was carried out, its reported findings and for what purpose the horse was examined by the vet (i.e.. general riding, evening etc.).

Yes we can.

Jacqui Dark (nee Fulton) has higher rights of audience which means we can offer representation up to and including the High Court.

Banned substance regulations, as well as the Court of Arbitration for Sport, are areas of expertise for us.

Call us to discuss the case.


We are experienced in acting on behalf of competitive bodies and organisations in the equine world.

We will go through the facts with you before deciding on the best course of forward action.

Some equine legal firms will offer this service for a reduced fee. However, you should be aware that ‘one size fits all’ contracts are never as watertight as bespoke versions.

At Equine Law UK we are happy to talk through your individual needs and advise on what type of contract will offer you the best protection and value for money.

Please get in touch with us here at Equine Law UK. We are happy to discuss your situation and advise on the best course of action.