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Discussion in 'The Carrot Stick' started by Jen, Oct 21, 2008.
Who do you insure through?
How much is your annual premium?
Equisure. Right around 700/year.
Thanks for the quick reply, it helped a ton
Hey Jen, what did this help with?
Just being nosy
I was through Independant Equine, a little over 500.00/yr.
Was? What were the limits and limitations? How many horses and students did that cover?
A girlfriend of mine was quoted $1600/Annually
I told her she was getting screwed minus the kiss.
It depends on how many lessons...of those how many on lesson horses, and how many on boarder's horses. So many factors....with the boarding operation my bill is quite high. I currently use Excalibur out of WIsconsin, but would love to hear of the other companies people use. I am scheduled to renew in 3 weeks! Twistedwire, how many lessons per month do u teach? How many horses do u have boarded?
We use Markel but get a discount for being with NARHA. We pay around $700 per year. We don't offer boarding though and have a small program.
I haven't spoken to my friend yet, but looks like she will be going with either Equisure or Broadstone. Broadstone was more competitively priced, but equisure to me seemed more all encompassing.
I have the smallest option-no boarding...and 0-15 students. I forget how many horses trained-I Think it was lulmped in 0-15 too. Anything higher than that nearly doubles the policy.
I use Hallmark
My limitation was 10 or less lessons per week. I did not have a home-base at the time, but my premium did not increase with each additional insured.
I cancelled the policy two years ago. I have no idea what it would be today.