A Coggins Test can cost anywhere from about $20 to $100. It’s really just a question of how long you’re willing to wait and what other vet services you need for your horse. Some clinics have a testing lab onsite with quick turnaround times. Others send the samples out to a testing lab. Some clinics also have package deals that will quote you one price for the horse exam, Coggins Test, and health certificate. While equine infectious anemia is the big fear, most states and the equine industry at-large also try to limit the spread of certain skin and respiratory ailments. To ensure accurate matching of blood samples, be prepared to provide the horse’s name, age, breed, sex, markings, stable, and owner.