Equine Insurance and Horse Insurance

Liability insurance – do you need it?

September 27th, 2018 by Fry

You own a horse that you board away from home.  The boarding facility is professional and takes necessary precautions to ensure they are running a top-notch program.  They also have insurance.  Do you need insurance as well?

The answer is Yes!

It is important that the boarding facility carries a liability policy for their equine operation but that policy protects them in the event of a claim.  You, as the horse owner, also could get named in a claim even if you weren’t present at the time of the incident.  In order to get removed from the law suit, you will need to hire an attorney.  This is why you need liability insurance for yourself.

A typical policy will run about $275 for the year — a small price to pay for peace of mind.

Give us a call to discuss your liability needs.  We’d be happy to give you a quote.  If you need quotes for mortality/medical, we can help with that too.  Give Ron Johnson a call at 614-875-3755.

Alert of the week from Scambusters

September 5th, 2018 by Fry

Would you buy a “winning” lottery ticket that someone offered you at a discount price?

We hope not because almost certainly it’s a fraud, even though the seller may provide a good reason why he/she supposedly wants to sell rather than make a claim.

Crooks are experts at altering non-winning tickets and scratch cards to look like they have the correct numbers, and have been doing just that, most recently in North Carolina.

Just buy your ticket or card from authorized outlets only and then let Lady Luck do the rest!

Welcome to our Blog

August 27th, 2018 by Fry

Fry’s Equine Insurance will start our blog.  We hope to bring you interesting information and product news.

If you have any questions about equine insurance, please contact us at 614-875-3711.  We are happy to take the time to answer questions and help you find the right policies for your needs.

We have policies designed for the horse owner (mortality/medical, liability in case your horse hurts someone else or damages their property), the professional (trainer, instructor), and the farm owner (boarding, lessons, training, sales).

Email us using our contact form or Info@FrysEquineInsurance.com or call us at 614-875-3711.