Anna advises equine businesses on specialist aspects of their insurances and is also involved in managing private client, farm and estate insurance.
The Coach House,
168 High Street,
Anna has two homebred horses which she events; ‘Headstart’ by Jumbo is competing successfully at BE Novice, and the younger horse, ‘Sprite’ by Grafenstolz, at BE100.
Whilst Anna works full time, she tries hard to produce the two horses as professionally as possible and competes regularly in dressage and British Showjumping.
Anna obtained the prestigious Pony Club A Test and is also a qualified instructor. She has evented to Intermediate, showjumped at 1.20m and is soon to ride her first medium dressage test.
Anna’s family is steeped in equine history. Her mother represented England in showjumping and her aunt produced the fantastic show horse, Right Royal, who won the Hack class at the Horse of the Year Show five years in a row, the first time ridden by her aunt.
“Whilst my involvement in the equine world is at a very amateur level compared to many of the clients I deal with, it does mean that I have an insight into the highs and lows that they experience. I really enjoy being able to continue my hobby whilst working full time, but realise that for my clients the pressures are more real.
My aim is to allow my client to get on with their proper job of producing horses, and not to spend time arranging insurance, or dealing with a claim. Where horses are concerned, there are rarely enough hours in the day to do both thoroughly! It is my job to be the insurance professional.”
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