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JaneW83

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JaneW83 says:

Horse insurance

I will be insuring Summer but am baffled by all the diffrent prices for more or less the same cover. Could I have your worse and good experiances with Cover, and who you would def not insure with.  if you don't want to name names on a public forum, could you please send my a P/M.  

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greyandbay

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greyandbay says:

Re: Horse insurance

Definitely NOT E&L - they have a really dreadful reputation !!

Mine are insured with Am Trust Equine, I'm happy with the cover - different for both - and the price is reasonable.

Best thing to do is have a look through some horse mags, find the insurance ads, there are normally loads of them, decide what cover you want, give them all a ring and get quotes - good luck xx

The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man - Winston Churchill

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brook

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brook says:

Re: Horse insurance

I believe in the old saying You get what you pay for ! I'm with the NFU, defo not the cheapest but they are very professional and offer excellent cover. My friend is also with NFU and they have just paid out nearly £5000 Veterinary fee's for her ponies eye operation and treatments. I would also make sure that you have third party insurance for when you hack her out.   

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JaneW83

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JaneW83 says:

Re: Horse insurance

Thanks for your replys. I did wonder why E&l were £200.00 cheaper than petplan. NFU do seem to be highly recommended by a lot of people.

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