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Helen1966 Tue 14-Jun-16 18:07:59

My daughter has gone away to Uni and so we are horseless now as I did not want to keep a horse just for myself and for her occasionally. However when she is home she rides my neighbours horse who I know does not have insurance. She also exercises several horses for another person nearby. She rides almost every day when she is home for the holiday.

So I think We should get aome rider insurance. Where best? How does insurance from someone like NFU compare to insurance though being a BHS member?

DraughtyWindow Sat 18-Jun-16 11:00:48

Depends on whether or not you want Vets Fees cover or just public liability. I'd phone each up for a quote and find out what best suits your needs.

honeyroar Sat 18-Jun-16 20:34:08

Id go for BHS. It covers her on any horse (as long as it's unpaid riding), plus they have a good helpline.

Detailsoverleaf Sun 19-Jun-16 17:24:52

I pay about £10 per month with PetPlan. Covers me when I'm riding my share pony and also riding school lessons. Think it covers personal injury, public liability and vets

Helen1966 Mon 25-Jul-16 21:36:12

Went with the BHS membership in the end. I think it covers everthing she needs.

SoleBizzz Thu 15-Sep-16 10:29:52

All vet fees too?

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