Equine Insurance

We Know Equine Business Insurance

It is a sad reality that within the equine world serious accidents do happen.  It is an unfortunate, yet very real reflection on modern society that individuals will increasingly look to hold someone responsible for such incidents and seek financial compensation to one degree or another when this happens.

Equine business insurance, commonly referred to as combined liability insurance, will defend you if this accusation is levelled against you and/or your company. At Lycetts we are able to arrange this important protection for you.

 

We are able to help with the following equestrian businesses:

 

  • Racing Yards;
  • Thoroughbred Stud Farms;
  • Competition yards;
  • Livery yards and stables;
  • Studs;
  • Training establishments;
  • Licensed riding schools;
  • Horse transporters;
  • Freelance riding instructors & grooms;
  • Shows and events; and
  • Other equine-related businesses.

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We’ve offices located all across the United Kingdom

And we’re always available for you by telephone or email whenever and wherever you need us.

Contact our expert directly or alternatively complete your details below to contact the team.

Anna Goodley 3

Anna Goodley

Newmarket

"If you are involved with an equine related business, we would be delighted to advise you on any aspect of your business insurance requirements."

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How to claim equine business insurance.

In the event of a serious incident, please email or telephone your usual Lycetts contact with the details and the completed RIDDOR report form.

 

If you receive formal notification of a claim, please forward the letter by email or fax to your usual Lycetts contact. Please do not make any attempt to reply direct, even if the allegations are untrue. Please note that there is an obligation placed upon insurers to acknowledge receipt of a formal claim within 24 hours and it is therefore important that we receive it as soon as possible. For further information about equine property or equine claims, please click here.

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