Vets Fees insurance is a good way of budgeting for the unexpected healthcare costs of your horse or pony. Insurance cannot cover all eventualities, but in general terms you are transferring the unknown risk of your horse falling ill or being injured and possibly needing thousands of pounds of treatment, for a known premium which can be paid monthly plus a known excess. Up to 40% of horses become ill or injured in any one year and 25% of insured horses have a claim in any one year.

To make equine insurance easier for everybody, the British Equine Veterinary Association have produced a leaflet that attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.  Please click on the following link:

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