Equestrian Insurance – Saskatchewan
Horses are some of the greatest companion animals as well as a large investment. From Clydesdales all the way down to mini horses, you’ll want to saddle up with the right equestrian policy. Whether you own horses for pleasure, supply board, train, breed, or offer riding lessons, there are hazards and perils that come with owning horses. We’re no jockeys, but we are experts in equestrian insurance. We’re not horsing around. Let us help find the right coverage for your horses or equestrian business!
As your local insurance experts, we know that each business in the equestrian industry in Saskatchewan is unique in its own way. From stables in Swift Current to Melville to the properties in Prince Albert that provide scenic horse rides, we’ve got you covered. With all it has to offer, it’s not hard to understand why so many people decide to set up shop in Saskatchewan.
We understand it’s vital to protect what’s most important to you and your business. Our expert insurance advisors are here to ensure you’re protected and provide peace of mind so you can focus on nurturing your business for the future.
Why Choose Westland?
We know that your business insurance needs to match your goals, your business and your budget. Our expert business insurance advisors get to know you and your business, so that they can tailor a policy to your exact needs. We’ll work with you to build a risk management solution, ensuring coverages line up with your business needs.
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Equestrian Insurance Explained
Whether you provide riding lessons, or stable boarding services there are risks associated with working or having horses. Incidents can occur as a result of accidents, injury, negligence, or acts of nature. In order to protect yourself, your property, your horses and the possibility of being sued, an equine insurance package is a definite must. Saddle up and get moving with the right equestrian policy. All details, big and small, are thoroughly explained so you have peace of mind and can focus on what’s most important.
From the investment and upkeep of owning horses, to providing services that include clients and horses, there are a lot of complexities that are unique to the equestrian industry. At Westland, we offer a comprehensive equestrian package that has everything to keep your horses and business covered, including:
- Equestrian Liability Insurance
By law, a horse owner is responsible for any property damage, injury or accident that their horse may cause. This can be both on and off their own premises. An injured party has the right to seek monetary compensation from you as a result of your horse’s actions. Equine insurance will protect you and your family from financial losses; not many people can afford to hand over thousands of dollars out of pocket. Such instances would include if your horse were to bite, kick, throw a rider, or if your horse manages to escape onto a road and cause an automobile accident. Additionally, you could be held liable if something happens to someone else’s horse that is under your care.
- What protection is available for my horse?
Equine insurance can also protect the financial investment that you have put into your horses. If your horse has been injured or becomes sick, coverage is available to help with the unexpected medical expenses that may be incurred. The options are many, veterinarian bills, medicine, x rays and MRI’s, extra expenses, loss of use, to name a few.
- Is equestrian equipment covered?
Westland’s Equestrian Insurance Package not only protects your horses, but also any equipment necessary for the health, upkeep, and protection of these animals. This includes tack, sheds, barns, machinery, hay and feed, as well as any other equipment associated with your horses.
- Who is this policy tailored best for?
- Equestrian Facilities
- Individual Horse Owners
- Equestrian First Aid Instructors
How Much Does Equestrian Insurance Cost in Saskatchewan?
Just as businesses differ across Saskatchewan, so do the risks and exposures which impact the cost. The following factors will impact the cost of your equestrian insurance coverage:
- Value of Horse(s)
- Business Operations
- Age/Breed of Horse(s)
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