Equestrian specialist accountants
We are the leading Equestrian specialist accountancy firm in Scotland, based in Edinburgh but supporting clients across the country on site as well as form our offices.
Specialist equestrian accountants can make a significant difference to the cashflow management, accounting and tax returns for equestrian businesses as well as individuals or families that keep horses. Following decades of a successful track record in the rural and agricultural sector, we therefore have a real equestrian specialism with great credentials, and as a result have become Scotland’s ‘go to’ equestrian accountants.
- Riding schools
- Livery yards
- Competition riders
- Families with horses
From an Edinburgh base, our team support clients throughout Scotland including the Scottish borders, Fife and Perthshire.
We not only understand and engage in the equestrian industry, we constantly strive to support referrals into your business.
Lead by Director Lea Brash, who co owns her own equestrian business in Scotland and competes and breeds her own horses, our equestrian specialist accountants are constantly trained on the nuances of equestrian business in Scotland.
We can help you with:
- Year end accounts preparation
- Buying and selling equestrian businesses
- Buying and selling horses
- Negotiating supplier contracts and reducing overheads
- Tax planning for owners
- Succession planning
- Contracting staff, including season teams
- Cash flow management
- Tax returns
- Vat advice
- Retirement planning
- Business growth planning
Discussion is a great place to start, you can contact us without obligation to find out how we can best help you. We can meet at our offices where there is free parking for you in Edinburgh, or visit you on site. We often arrange to meet clients out at equestrian events throughout the season also. We are flexible so let us know what works best for you when making arrangements to meet with us.
You can find out more about our other rural and agricultural business support here.
If you are an equestrian fan you can also follow Lea Brash on Twitter for equestrian accountants insights!