What is the return policy in Indiana on horses?

There is typically no real return police on horses anywhere. However that being said, you can have a bill of sale, receipt, or sales contract drawn up that clearly states if the horse is not to your liking or is sick / injured upon your buying it and you did not know that at the time of purchase, then you can return the horse within a reasonable about of time. Contracts and bills of this nature should always be drawn up by an attorney familiar with equines to insure the correct language is used and that the contract will be binding.
If you did not have any of these things you can call the person you bought the horse from and let them know what is wrong with the horse and see if they will let you return the horse in exchange for a full or partial refund of your money. If they say no, then you likely will be stuck with the horse.
There is typically no real return police on horses anywhere. However that being said, you can have a bill of sale, receipt, or sales contract drawn up that clearly states if the horse is not to your liking or is sick / injured upon your buying it and you did not know that at the time of purchase, then you can return the horse within a reasonable about of time. Contracts and bills of this nature should always be drawn up by an attorney familiar with equines to insure the correct language is used and that the contract will be binding.
If you did not have any of these things you can call the person you bought the horse from and let them know what is wrong with the horse and see if they will let you return the horse in exchange for a full or partial refund of your money. If they say no, then you likely will be stuck with the horse.