The policies we are able to offer are wide ranging and our staff are able to arrange cover for equine businesses and property, as well as horses themselves.
The nature of equestrianism means that we are used to dealing with a range of clients, from those individuals who may be involved in horses through their children, to multi million pound businesses in the racing and breeding industry… if it involves a horse, the chances are we can help with it!
Lycetts offers tailored protection for small and large fleets of farm vehicles.read more
It is a sad reality that within the equine world serious accidents do happen. It is an...read more
If your property has outbuildings, stabling, an arena or gallops or you operate an...read more
Our equine insurance team arranges cover for horses and all equine-related businesses, properties and activities, with specific expertise in the racing, bloodstock and competition horse sectors.
As a leading equine insurance broker, we have considerable negotiating power with insurers and access for our clients to the services of other leading specialists, such as vets, transport companies, bloodstock agents, specialist equine lawyers and accountants.
Our staff combine a passionate interest in horses with a highly professional approach. Our clients tell us that they benefit from a very personal service and particularly value our knowledge and discretion when advising them.
Please note that both of these offices have designated emergency staff who deal with incidents which happen in the evening or at the weekend and an answering machine will direct you accordingly. In particular, we are used to receiving calls concerning life-threatening fractures, colic and horses which are about to be operated on under general anaesthetic.
If your horse has already died, please advise us during working hours at your earliest opportunity and send us the following:
For further information about equine motor, liability or property claims, please click here.
Our experienced staff understand your needs.
Read more about developments both in insurance and at Lycetts.
July 14, 2016
You’ve done it. You’ve bought a horse from Ireland and you’re waiting for it to make the long journey to its new home. So the question is whether to take out insurance for this precious cargo and, if you do, what are your options?read more
July 6, 2016
Most of us know the received wisdom that cats have nine lives and that elephants never forget. Now there is a new one: horses don’t lie. And while vets will undoubtedly dispute the immortality of cats or the memory retention of elephants, Ann Kent, Director of Westover Vets, considers the belief in a horse’s inherent honesty to...read more