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KIDD MULES

PROFESSIONAL EQUINE TRAINING AGREEMENT


This Professional Equine Training Agreement is made as of ____________________________________, 20 ___ between

Robert Kidd of Kidd Mules ("Trainer"), of 4786 East Highway 1470 Pine Knot KY 42635

and_______________________________________________________________ ("Client"),

residing a________________________________________________________(street address),

_____________________(city), ______________________(state),___________________(zip).

1. Purpose of Agreement. Trainer is a professional equine trainer and Client wishes for Trainer to provide training and related service for one or more of Client’s equine.

2. Equine to be Trained.

2.1. Identity of Equine. This agreement will apply to the following Equine (“Equine”):

Equine’s show (registered) name:___________________________________________________________________

Equine’s barn name (nickname): ___________________________________________________________________

Equine is a (check one): ❑ Mare/Jenny ❑ Gelding ❑ Stallion/Jack

Equine’s color and markings: ______________________________________________________________________

Breed, breed registry and reg. no: __________________________________________________________________

Tattoos, brands or other identifying marks: ___________________________________________________________

Equine's current insured value: $________________ ( "Equine's Value") Year that horse was foaled: _____________

Equine has an embedded microchip: ❑ Yes ❑ No (check one) Microchip #:___________________________

Equine’s owner (if other than Client): ________________________________________________________________

2.2. Equine's Physical Condition. Check as applicable:

❑ Trainer has care, custody and control of Equine, and therefore Trainer shall rely upon Trainer’s own knowledge of

Equine’s physical condition.

❑ Except as specified in this section, to the best of Client's knowledge, Equine is currently sound and in good physical

condition, and Equine has no previous illnesses, lamenesses or other physical conditions that may affect his current or

future performance.

Exceptions: ___________________________________________________________________

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2.3. Equine's Behavior. Check as applicable:

❑ Trainer has care, custody and control of Equine, and therefore Trainer shall rely upon Trainer’s own knowledge of

Equine’s behavioral history.

❑ To the best of Client’s knowledge, Equine has no history of any of the following behavioral issues: biting, kicking, striking, spooking, lying down with a rider on its back, bucking, pulling back when tied, bolting, spinning, rearing, barn or herd sourness, head shyness, refusal to jump, "cinchiness" (sensitivity to being cinched up or having the girth tightened), problems loading into a trailer, problems standing for the farrier or vet, problems being bathed, clipped or trimmed, stall weaving, stall kicking, cribbing or windsucking. Exceptions: ______________________________________________________________________________

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2.4. Client's Warranty of Equine Ownership. Client warrants that except for the following limitations, Client is the sole lawful and registered owner of Equine and has unlimited rights to care, custody and sale of Equine.

Exceptions (e.g., horse is leased, spouse with community property rights, horse purchased on installments, previous seller with right of first refusal, etc.): ______________________________________________________________________________

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3. Client's Representations and Warranties. Client makes each of the following representations and warranties on behalf

of Client, and Client’s shareholders, officers, directors, owners, partners, heirs, guardians, successors, assigns and legal

representatives (collectively, the "Client Parties"):

(a) Client has the requisite authority to enter into this Agreement upon behalf of the Client Parties.

(b) Client does not have any physical or mental conditions that may prevent Client from safely participating in horse-related activities.

4. Provisions for Leased Equines.

4.1. Client's Warranty of Authority. Client represents and warrants that Client has full authority from the Equines’ owner(s), via a valid written lease agreement or other similar documentation, to enter into agreements with Trainer regarding the Equines.

4.2. Client's Indemnification Agreement. Client agrees to defend, indemnify and hold Trainer, the training facility owner and their respective owners, officers, directors, employees, contractors and agents (collectively, the “Trainer Parties”) harmless against all claims, demands, and causes of action, including costs and attorneys' fees, directly or indirectly arising from any action or other proceedings brought by or prosecuted for the benefit of any person or

entity who is or claims to be the lawful owner of the Equines (or any of them).

5. Evaluation Period. Check as applicable:

❑ No evaluation period shall be required. Equine shall enter Trainer’s training program when the term of this Agreement begins.

❑ Before agreeing to train Equine, Trainer will require an Evaluation Period.

5.1. Term of Evaluation Period. The Evaluation Period shall begin on __________________, 20___ and end on the earlier of:

(a) the date that Trainer notifies Client that Trainer wishes to end the Evaluation Period or (b) _______________, 20___ .

5.2. Evaluation. During the Evaluation Period, Trainer will evaluate Equine's current level of training as well as Equine’s potential and determine, in Trainer’s sole and absolute discretion, whether Trainer wishes to train Equine pursuant to this Agreement.

5.3. End of Evaluation Period. Trainer may terminate the Evaluation Period at any time by notifying Client that: (a) Trainer wishes to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Section 17.4, or (b) Trainer wishes to terminate the Evaluation Period and begin training Equine.

6. Training Services. Trainer currently offers the following training programs. Prior to beginning training, Trainer will meet with Client to discuss Client's goals for each Equine and then develop a training program designed to work toward such goals. Trainer will continue to discuss the training program with Client from time to time and will make adjustments as indicated throughout the term of this Agreement.

Full Training. For $800.00 per month or $27.00 per day, Trainer or Trainer's agent or employee will ride or otherwise condition Equine 5-6 times per week for the purpose of training Equine in furtherance of Client's goals, Equine's health and soundness permitting.

Other Training Program (please describe): Equine may be hauled to other area facilities at trainer’s discretion for inclement weather conditions or as a part of normal training.

6.1. Trainer Offers No Warranty. Client understands that Trainer offers no guarantee or warranty of any kind regarding Trainer's services. In particular, Client understands that while Trainer will develop a training program for Equine designed to meet Client's goals, Trainer can offer no guarantee that Client's goals will be met within the time period that Client would like, or at all.

6.2. Client's Role in Training Program. Client understands that Trainer's training program may be designed to be interactive and inclusive of Client. For such inclusive training programs, Client agrees that Client's role in training Equine is essential and accordingly, Client agrees to diligently follow all of Trainer's instructions and during the term of this Agreement.

7. Location of Equine During Training. During the term of this Agreement: Equine will be kept at the facility address named at the beginning of this contract. Board is included in the cost of training.

8. Competitions. From time to time during the term of this Agreement, Trainer may recommend that Equine compete in certain competitions. If Trainer will not be present, Trainer must pre-approve any competitions that Client plans to attend with Equine.

8.1. Competition Entry and Other Fees. For each competition that Trainer or Trainer's agent or employee attends with Equine during the term of this Agreement, Client agrees to pay fees to Trainer as listed in Attachment A and (check as applicable): No less than 5 days prior to entry deadline for the relevant competition, Client must provide Trainer with an "open check" - e.g., a personal check drawn upon Client's account and signed by Client that is made out to the relevant show secretary (or to Trainer) with the amount left blank. Alternatively, a credit card number can be provided for mail in entries as accepted by show management. Trainer will use such check/credit card to pay all competition entry fees, stall fees, drug fees and other fees applicable to Equine in connection with the competition. If Client's check is returned for insufficient funds or otherwise not honored, Client will be responsible for any fees that the competition administrator may impose. Following the competition, Trainer will promptly advise Client of the final amount of the check and upon Client's request, provide Client with an itemized accounting of expenses. For all expenses not

included in Client's check, Trainer will provide Client with an itemized invoice and Client must pay such invoice within 10 days of receipt. Client must promptly reimburse Trainer for all stall fees, entry fees, drug fees and other fees incurred by Trainer in connection with the competition. Following the competition, Trainer will provide Client with an itemized invoice for

competition expenses and Client must pay such invoice within 10 days of receipt.

Other (please describe): ______________________________________________________________________________

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8.2. Competition Winnings. For all competition winnings that are earned by or with Equine during the term of this Agreement. Cash winnings shall belong: 100% to Client unless other arrangements have been made. Cash winnings shall be calculated net of:

all show fees, entry fees, stall fees, other (please describe): ______________________________________________________________________________

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Non-cash winnings (e.g., coolers, trophies) shall belong to Client.

9. Additional Services. At Client's request, Trainer may perform additional services at set forth in Attachment A, and Client agrees to pay for such additional services.

10. Payment Terms.

10.1. Payment Due Dates.

10.1.1. Training. Training payments are due (check as applicable):

In advance and in full every month by the 1st day of the month (e.g., training fees paid on time apply to the next month’s training).

10.1.2. Other Payments. Fees for additional services as set forth in Section 9 and for competitions as set forth in Section 8.1 are due within 10 days of Client's receipt of an invoice from Trainer.

10.2. Late Payments. If Trainer does not receive Client's payment on the date specified in Section 10.1.1 or 10.1.2, as applicable, the payment will be considered late. If Client's payment instrument is dishonored for any reason, the payment will be considered late.

10.3. Penalty for Late Payments. If Trainer determines that any of Client's payments is late as specified in Section

10.2, Client will owe Trainer a late fee of $50.00 for each late payment (or, if lower, such amount permitted by law). If any of Client's payments are 25 days past due, Client will also owe Trainer interest in the amount of 10% per year (or, if lower, such amount permitted by law) on the past due amount.

10.4. Penalty for Dishonored Payment Instruments. If any payment instrument issued by or on behalf of Client to Trainer is dishonored for any reason, Client must immediately pay Trainer cash in the amount of the payment instrument, plus any bank charges that Trainer may incur as a result of the dishonored payment instrument.

10.5. Trainer's Lien on Equine. Client understands and agrees that Trainer has a general lien on Equine for amounts due to Trainer under this agreement. Accordingly, pursuant to Section 17.5, Client may not remove Equine from the location

set forth in Section 7 until all amounts due under this Agreement are paid in full.

11. Responsibilities for Equine Health.

11.1. Initial Vaccination Requirements. Upon entering into this Agreement and prior to the time that Equine is delivered to Trainer’s facility or Trainer begins training Equine, Client must provide Trainer with proof that Equine has received the

vaccinations set forth on Attachment B. If Client does not timely provide such proof, Trainer may make arrangements to administer such vaccinations to Equine at Client’s expense.

11.2. Ongoing Vaccination Requirements. Trainer may make arrangements to have a veterinarian administer such

vaccinations to Equine at Client’s expense.

11.3. Routine Veterinary Care. “Routine Veterinary Care” shall be defined as vaccinations, de-worming and dental maintenance. During the term of this Agreement Trainer will arrange for all Routine Veterinary Care for Equine and Client will be responsible for all resulting charges.

11.4. Non-Routine Veterinary Care. “Non-Routine Veterinary Care” shall be defined as any care provided by a veterinarian that is not Routine Veterinary Care. During the term of this Agreement. Trainer shall arrange for all Non-Routine Veterinary Care, and Client shall be responsible for all resulting charges. If in Trainer's sole and absolute discretion, Equine appears to require Non-Routine Veterinary care, Trainer will contact Client at the telephone numbers in Section 17.3. If Trainer is unable to reach Client promptly, Trainer may, in Trainer’s sole and absolute discretion, have any veterinarian administer care to Equine. If veterinary care

is administered to Equine, Client agrees to pay for such veterinary care. Client understands and agrees that in certain instances, appropriate veterinary care may include euthanasia. If Client does not want Equine to receive certain types of veterinary care, including euthanasia, or veterinary care beyond a certain dollar limit, Client must notify Trainer of such limitations in advance and in writing in Attachment C.

If Trainer is unable to reach a veterinarian or reasonably believes that emergency first aid is required for Equine, Trainer may administer such care to Equine and Client agrees to hold Trainer harmless for such actions.

Other (please describe): ______________________________________________________________________________

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11.5. Farrier Care. During the term of this Agreement Trainer will arrange for farrier care for Equine and Client will be responsible for all resulting charges.

11.6. Medication and Supplements. Equine shall receive the following medications and/or supplements during the term of this Agreement (collectively, “Supplements”): ______________________________________________________________________________

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Trainer shall administer all medications and supplements and Client will be responsible for all resulting charges.

11.7. Other Care.

Equine requires the following additional care, which shall be defined as “Other Care” (check as applicable):

❑ Acupuncture

❑ Massage Therapy

❑ Other (please describe): ______________________________________________________________________________

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12. Insurance. Trainer highly recommends that Client obtain mortality, major medical and loss of use insurance on Equine.

Obtaining and maintaining such insurance is Client's sole responsibility. It is also Client's sole responsibility to seek any pre-authorizations for treatment required by Client's insurer(s) and to otherwise provide any information or documentation that Client's insurer(s) may require. Further, Client shall be solely responsible for managing any claims submitted to Client's insurer(s), including the submission of information and documentation necessary or advisable for Client's insurer(s) to process such claims.

13. Property Damage. Client agrees that Client will pay for any property damage caused by Client, Equine or Client’s guests, except for damage that is normal wear and tear.

14. Client’s Authorization for Medical Treatment.

14.1. Client's Authorization for Care. Client hereby authorizes Trainer and Trainer's employees and agents who are 18 years old and older to consent to medical care or dental care, or both, for Client. The authority granted by this authorization includes the authority to consent to any X-ray examination, anesthetic, medical diagnosis, surgical diagnosis, medical treatment, surgical treatment or hospital care under the supervision, and upon the advice of,

a physician. The authority granted by this authorization also extends to any X-ray examination, anesthetic, dental diagnosis, surgical diagnosis, dental treatment, surgical treatment or hospital care under the supervision, and upon the advice of, a dentist.

14.2. Payment for Medical Care. Client agrees to promptly pay for all medical care provided to Client pursuant to this section.

15. Term and Termination of Agreement.

15.1. Term. Client and Trainer agree that the term of this Agreement will be (check one):

❑ Month-to-month, beginning on _______________, 20_____

❑ For a fixed term, beginning on_________, 20_____ and ending on _____________,20_____.

❑ Other (please describe): ______________________________________________________________________________

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15.2. Extension of Term. At any time, Client and Trainer may mutually agree to extend the Training Period.

15.3. Termination for Any Reason. Client and Trainer each have the right to terminate this agreement prior to the end

of the term of this Agreement for any reason. Except as specified in Section 15.4, the terminating party must provide 15 days' written notice to the other party.

15.4. Termination for Cause. Client understands and agrees that if Trainer determines, in Trainer’s sole discretion, that Client has materially breached this agreement, Trainer may terminate this agreement for cause upon 30 days' written notice to Client. Examples of material breach include, but are not limited to, breach of Sections 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10 or 11. Client also understands and agrees that personality match and other subjective factors are important to a

horse training relationship. Likewise, Client understands that safety is a paramount concern. Therefore, if Trainer determines at any time, in his or her sole discretion, that Equine poses a danger to Client, Trainer or others, Trainer may terminate the agreement for cause pursuant to this section.

15.5. Removal of Equine upon Termination. Client understands and agrees that all amounts due to Trainer under this agreement must be paid in full before Client will be permitted to remove Equine from the facility described in

Section 7. If, on the 45th day after the termination date of this Agreement, Equine is still in Trainer's possession, Equine will automatically become the property of Trainer and Client agrees to forfeit Client's interest in Equine, regardless of Equine's value. Accordingly, Trainer may sell, transfer, give away or otherwise dispose of Equine without further notice to or permission from Client, and Trainer may retain any and all proceeds to apply against amounts owing to Trainer from Client and as compensation for administering the sale, transfer, donation or disposition of Equine. Client agrees to take such steps as may be necessary to transfer title to Equine to Trainer, including execution of registry transfer forms and delivery of original registration papers to Trainer. Client agrees that Trainer has no obligation to notify Client of the Equine's presence at Trainer's facility, or otherwise notify Client before Equine becomes the property of Trainer. Any notifications from Client to Trainer will have no effect on the operation of this section unless Trainer agrees to any modifications in accordance with Section 19. To the extent that any law or regulation may provide for rights and duties beyond those set forth in this section, the parties agree to waive such rights and duties and agree that this section will control.

15.6. Removal of Client's Personal Property upon Termination. Client must remove all of Client's personal property from Trainer's possession upon termination of this Agreement. Items remaining in Trainer's possession following termination of this Agreement will be subject to a storage fee as set forth in Attachment A. On the 45th day after the termination date of this Agreement, all personal property of Client remaining in Trainer's possession will automatically become the property of Trainer and Client agrees to forfeit Client's interests in such property, regardless of the value of such property. Accordingly, Trainer may sell, transfer, give away or otherwise dispose of such property without further notice to or permission from Client, and Trainer may retain any and all proceeds to apply against amounts owing to Trainer from Client and as compensation for administering the sale, transfer, donation or disposition of such property. Client agrees to take such steps as may be necessary to transfer title to such personal property to Trainer. Client agrees that Trainer has no obligation to notify Client of the presence of Client's personal property at Trainer's facility, or otherwise notify Client before such personal property becomes the property of Trainer. Any notifications from Client to Trainer will have no effect on the operation of this section unless Trainer agrees to any modifications in accordance with Section 15.1 To the extent that any law or regulation may provide for rights and duties beyond those set forth in this section, the parties agree to

waive such rights and duties and agree that this section will control.

15.7. Costs Incurred Following Termination. If Equine remains in Trainer’s possession following termination, Client understands that although Trainer will discontinue training Equine, Client will continue to incur other fees as set forth in Attachment A, as well as any expenses incurred pursuant to Section 9. All such fees and expenses must be paid in full before Client will be permitted to remove Equine from Trainer's possession. Similarly, all personal

property of Client remaining in Trainer's possession following termination of this Agreement will continue to incur storage fees as set forth in Attachment A, and all such fees must be paid in full prior to Client taking possession of such personal property.

16. Limitation of Trainer Parties’ Liability, Client's Assumption of Risks, Agreement to Hold Trainer Harmless and Indemnification Agreement.

16.1. Safe Behavior around Equines. To help prevent injuries and/or death, Client agrees to follow carefully all instructions given to Client by Trainer or Trainer’s employees regarding horse behavior and handling. Client agrees to follow carefully all barn rules and use tack and other equipment only as directed by Trainer or Trainer’s employees.

16.2. Safe Riding Attire. Client agrees to wear heeled boots, long pants, a long-sleeved shirt and gloves designed for riding when handling or riding horses and an ASTM certified safety helmet fastened securely under the chin while riding. If Client does not wear these items, Client assumes the increased risk of injury or death associated with Client failing to wear such protective attire. Client agrees that Trainer has no duty to provide safety attire for Client.

16.3. Risk of Loss of or Injury to Equine. Client understands that putting Equine in any training program is inherently risky. For example, in common areas, such as arenas, tie racks and wash racks, other horses could bite, kick, run into or otherwise injure Equine. Equine may lose weight and suffer muscle strain or other stress- or labor-induced injuries. Equine may be allergic to feed or bedding materials and it may catch diseases or other contagious conditions from other horses. Farm machinery, traffic or other hazards may spook Equine. Equine may become cast

or otherwise become injured in stalls, paddocks and pastures. In wet or cold weather, the equine facility, including paddocks, round pens and arenas, may become muddy or slippery, injuring Equine. The equine facility may contain defects. For example, footing at the equine facility, including round pen, paddock and arena footing can contain holes, rocks, uneven portions or otherwise be unpredictable. As at any facility, there is always a risk of fire or theft.

Each horse is an individual and accordingly, Equine may react unexpectedly to Trainer's training methods, causing injury to or loss of Equine. Client understands and expressly assumes all risks of putting Equine in training, including the risk that the Trainer Parties may be negligent. Accordingly, Client agrees to hold the Trainer Parties harmless for loss of or injury to Equine.

16.4. Risk of Loss or Damage to Client's Property. Client understands that keeping personal property, such as tack, equipment, feed, automobiles or horse trailers, at any equine facility is inherently risky. For example, property may be damaged or stolen by other clients, rodents and other wild animals, horses, weather conditions, earthquakes or fire. Client understands and expressly assumes all risks of keeping personal property in Trainer’s possession or

otherwise at an equine facility, including the risk that the Trainer Parties may be negligent.

Accordingly, Client agrees to hold the Trainer Parties harmless for loss of or damage to Client's property. Client understands and agrees that Client is solely responsible for safeguarding and insuring Client's own property.

16.5. Risk of Loss or of Injury to Equine during Hauling. Client understands that transporting horses is inherently dangerous and expressly assumes the risks associated with having the Trainer Parties haul Equine. In particular, during loading or unloading, Equine may fall, rear up, bolt or otherwise become injured or die. During hauling, Equine may fall down, rear up or otherwise become injured or die. The Trainer Parties' trailer, hitch or hauling vehicle equipment may malfunction or fail, causing injury or death to Equine. Other horses in or near the Trainer Parties' trailer may cause injury or death to Equine. The Trainer Parties may be involved in a motor vehicle accident while hauling Equine, and Equine may become injured or die as a result. Client expressly assumes all risks of having the Trainer Parties haul Equine, including the risk that the Trainer Parties may be negligent. Accordingly, Client not to sue the Trainer Parties or otherwise make a claim against the Trainer Parties in connection with any injury or death associated with the Trainer Parties hauling Equine.

16.6. Risk of Injury or Death to Client. Client understands that horse-related activities, even under the supervision of an equine professional, are inherently dangerous and expressly assumes the risks associated with handling, caring for

and riding horses pursuant to this Agreement. Client understands that horses are inherently unpredictable animals and even the most docile horse may occasionally bolt, spook, buck, rear, bite, kick, pull back or otherwise act in such a way that may injure Client or others. The equine facility may contain defects. For example, footing at the facility, including round pen, paddock and arena footing, can contain holes, rocks, uneven portions or otherwise be unpredictable. Client expressly assumes all risks of engaging in horse-related activities pursuant to this Agreement, including the risk that the Trainer Parties may be negligent. Accordingly, Client agrees upon behalf of him- or herself, his or her heirs, guardians

and legal representatives, not to sue the Trainer Parties or otherwise make a claim against such parties in connection with any injury or death occurring in connection with this Agreement.

16.7. Trail Riding Risks. Client understands that riding horses outside of designated riding areas such as arenas and round pens ("Trail Riding") is inherently dangerous. In particular, horses may become spooked by traffic, wild animals, other horses or other hazards, causing Client to fall off or otherwise become injured or die. Equines may also stumble or trip over natural or man-made obstacles, injuring horses and/or Client. Client understands that the Trainer Parties do not inspect or maintain any trails or paths, on or off of the lesson facility premises, and the Trainer Parties make no warranty whatsoever regarding the safety of paths and trails. Client understands and expressly assumes all risks associated with Trail Riding, including the risk that the Trainer Parties may be negligent and agrees upon behalf of the Client Parties not to sue the Trainer Parties or otherwise make a claim against such parties in connection with Trail Riding.

16.8. Waiver of Unknown Claims. Client understands that Client's state laws or regulations may contain provisions designed to prevent Client from waiving claims that are unknown to Client at the time Client agrees to a waiver or claims. Client agrees to waive all rights that the Client Parties might otherwise have under such laws or regulations.

16.9. Client's Indemnification Agreement. Client agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the Trainer Parties harmless against all claims, demands, and causes of action, including costs and attorneys' fees, directly or indirectly arising from any action or other proceedings brought by or prosecuted for Client's benefit or the benefit of any of the Client Parties, or brought by others against the Trainer Parties in connection with Equine, or any action or inaction taken by

Client, Client's guests, family members, agents, employees or contractors.

16.10. Limitation of Trainer Parties’ Liability. Under no circumstances shall the Trainer Parties, or any of them, be liable to the Client Parties, or any other parties, for any special or consequential damages pursuant to this Agreement. In addition to the other limitations on the Trainer Parties’ liability set forth in this Agreement, under no circumstances shall the Trainer Parties’ liability pursuant to this Agreement exceed the total amount of compensation actually received by

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17. Contact Information and Notices.

17.1. Form of Notice. Notices given pursuant to this agreement must be in writing to the addresses below and delivered via a method that provides evidence of receipt, such as Federal Express. Email shall not be considered

effective notice unless acknowledged by the receiving party.

17.2. Notice to Trainer. Notice to Trainer must be sent to:

Kidd Mules

Robert Kidd

PO Box 970

Pine Knot, KY 42635

Robert Cell: 606-310-0828, email kiddmules@gmail.com

17.3. Notice to Client. Notice to Client must be sent to:

Name: _________________________________________________________________________

Street address: __________________________________________________________________

City: ______________________________state: ______________________ zip: ______________

Telephone number: (______) __________________ Fax number: (______) __________________

Alternate number: (______) __________________ Email: ________________________________

17.6. Client's Emergency Contact.

Name: _________________________________________________________________________

Street address: __________________________________________________________________

City: ______________________________state: ______________________ zip: ______________

Telephone number: (______) __________________ Fax number: (______) __________________

Alternate number: (______) __________________ Email: ________________________________

Relation to Client (e.g., spouse): _____________________________________________________

17.7. Changes in Contact Information. Each party shall have the duty to notify the other parties immediately upon a change in contact information. If a party does not provide the other parties with notice of changes, a notice

delivered to the last contact information given under this Agreement shall be considered proper notice provided that the other conditions of this section have been met.

18. Assignment or Transfer. No party may assign or transfer this agreement without the prior written consent of the other parties.

19. Entire Agreement. This agreement contains the entire agreement among the parties. Any modifications or additions must be in writing and signed by all parties to this agreement. No oral modifications will be considered part of the agreement unless reduced to writing and signed by all parties.

20. Governing Law and Venue. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of

Kentucky. The parties hereby agree that any legal action under the Agreement must be brought in McCreary County, Kentucky.

21. Attorneys' Fees and Other Expenses. In any legal actions brought in connection with this Agreement, the prevailing party will be entitled to prompt payment of expenses from the other party(ies) following final adjudication in favor of the prevailing party. For the purpose of this section, "expenses" will include the following costs actually incurred by the prevailing party: attorneys' fees, retainers, court costs, transcript costs, fees of experts, witness fees, travel expenses, duplicating costs, printing and binding costs, telephone charges, postage, delivery service fees, and all other disbursements.

22. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of this Agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application. In lieu thereof there shall be added a provision as similar in terms to such illegal, invalid and unenforceable provision as may be possible and be legal, valid and enforceable.


Client:

Signature: _____________________________

Name: ________________________________

Date: _________________________________


Trainer:

Signature: _____________________________

Name: Robert Kidd

Date: _________________________________