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This chapter discusses certain limits on the liability of certain sports officials and organizations. Sports addressed include rodeo, traditional field sports, car racing, fishing tournaments, marksmanship sports, and more.
This podcast hosted by agriculture law attorney Tiffany Lashmet discusses how horse and horse farm owners can protect themselves and their operation from liability in the event an injury occurs. Solutions discussed include liability insurance, liability releases, the Farm Animal Liability Act, and potential business entity creation.
This blog post written by a Texas agriculture law attorney discusses the laws in Texas that limit the liability of certain people who host or engage in farm animal activities such as rodeo or livestock shows.
This article discusses laws pertaining to rodeos and the animals used in rodeo sports. The article is provided by the Animal Legal and Historical Center at the Michigan State University College of Law.
Part of the American Bar Associations Little book of series, this casebook explore legal issues surrounding horse racing in a fun and engaging way. Chapters look at a variety of topics including gambling, discrimination against patrons considered "rascals," search and seizure, performance-enhancing drugs, misrepresentation of a horse, and torts.