Study shows equine clients drastically underestimate lifetime costs

An unbridled look at real numbers and the veterinarian’s role in educating owners

According to the Equine Lifetime of Care study, based on findings from 1,231 U.S. horse owners and nearly 30 equine veterinarians, horse owners nationwide deeply underestimate the lifetime of care costs for a horse, which ranges from nearly $300,000 to $924,000.

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