Amy Ganci’s unique professional background and personal equestrian experience have led her to be one of few attorneys who regularly practice in the area of equine law.
Since the mid 1990s, Ms. Ganci has developed an active equine consulting, litigation and transaction practice, representing breeders, owners and trainers of performance and sport horses. Ms. Ganci litigates ownership and sales disputes involving sport horse and Quarter Horse transactions. Ms. Ganci’s equine litigation matters regularly involve fiduciary, contract and complex partnership and family law issues. Ms. Ganci’s other equine engagements have included negotiating and drafting breeding contracts, stallion syndication, joint venture and other co-ownership agreements, as well as handling rules and other disputes with governing breed and sport associations, such as the American Quarter Horse Association, United States Equestrian Federation, and Federation Equestre Internationale. Amy frequently consults about equine issues that arise in family law matters.
In addition to handling equine legal matters, Amy is an avid horsewoman who currently competes at the FEI level in dressage. Amy is a recipient of a Bronze and Silver Medal from the United States Dressage Federation and is pursuing her “r” judges credentials for dressage. Amy has competed in two international competitions, winning the prestigious CDIAm** Prix St. Georges with her horse Bon Wilbo. Amy is currently hoping to compete up the FEI levels in dressage to Grand Prix.
The attorneys of Ganci LLP are not board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization