How to Become a Horse Tack Dealer?

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To become a horse tack dealer, you will need to have a good working knowledge of horses and all of their equipment. Then, rent or purchase a space to buy and sell horse tack. You can then begin taking in tack on consignment or searching for tack that is for sale at feed stores, private farms, barns, and even at swap meets. Make sure that you have all of the licensing necessary in your city or county to buy and sell items. Please the tack in your store and you are a tack dealer.
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How to Become a Horse Tack Dealer
If you're thinking of starting a horse tack business, consider the type of tack you will sell and who will buy it. Many horse tack products relate to basic horse care and have broad general appeal. But equestrian sports differ greatly and most require... More »
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