Good evening. You would want to address this in the partnership agreement. I would suggest something like this: you agree on the fair market value of the horse; then you change his percentage interest in the partnership as he makes capital contributions to cover the expenses. Then, at any time you sell the horse, he gets the value of his contributions based on the percentage of the total contributions...i.e., his contributions divided by (his contributions plus the agreed value of the horse).
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