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When purchasing horse or equine insurance it can be important to get a policy which suitably covers what you need.
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You may need young horse insurance for a foal, a pony, right up to veteran horse insurance if you happen to own a more mature horse. Alternatively, you may have a foal, a pony, AND an older veteran in which case a multiple horse insurance policy may be best suited – and it may also be the cheapest to buy of all the prices!
Some specialist horse insurance companies may sell cheap policies that cater for certain uses of the horse, for example you may need a quote for a farm horse, a race horse, a pet horse, or a horse used for other commercial equestrian riding school purposes.
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Various options are usually available, and you may need to cover the horse only (health, medical and mortality insurance), the rider only (in case of an accident), horse public liability insurance, or perhaps you would prefer to cover all three.
The Quotezone horse insurance comparison system is free and simple to use. Simply enter your details to our quote form and we pass your details to our panel of horse insurance providers who will contact you to discuss your insurance requirements.
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