The exposures in the equestrian world are very diverse and far ranging and we are able to arrange cover for equine businesses, their associated premises and properties, as well as the horses and personnel who own, ride and look after them.
The nature of equestrianism means that we are used to dealing with a broad spectrum of clients, from those individuals who may be involved through their children, through to international operations whose business is top class racing and breeding. If it involves a horse, chances are we can provide the cover.
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.
We are able to provide this coverage for a wide range of equestrian businesses including...read more
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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:
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