Horse Insurance

Horse Insurance

Whether you're a first-time owner or a serious competitor, our horse insurance policy allows you to tailor your cover to suit your individual needs. Select from a variety of optional benefits.

rider Plan

Rider Plan

The essential insurance plan for people who ride horses that they do not own, or have on full loan. Our fixed-price Rider Plan offers a wide range of benefits to protect you against the unexpected.

Veteran Plan

Veteran Plan

Our veteran insurance policy is for horses aged 20 to 40. Veteran Plan offers a variety of benefits such as: Vet Fees (for injuries), Third Party Liability and Personal Accident cover for both horse and rider.

Horse Advice

  • Pony Insurance

    Pony Insurance

    Find out more about our Pony Insurance, what is included and what you can tailor to make your policy work for you

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  • Top 5 Health Problems in Horses

    Revealed! The top 5 most common health problems affecting horses across the UK

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  • Health and Wellbeing

    Health and Wellbeing

    Visit our Health and Wellbeing advice section for the latest information on caring for your horse. From preventing colic to managing your horse's weight we've got it covered.

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  • Best Practice

    Best Practice

    Choose from a number of practical advice guides to give helpful advice and tips on everyday horse management.

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  • Events Calendar

    Events Calendar

    Petplan Equine have many events throughout the year, why not see what's on in your area.

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Area Festivals

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    The Petplan Equine Area Festivals structure now consists of a Summer and Winter series. Click here to find out details of the new structure and how to register, enter and qualify for an Area Festival, as well as some great training videos to help you maximise your marks and perfect your test!

  • Masterclass with Lucinda

    Skinnies are a fashion on cross-country. When they were first introduced we saw many run outs and refusals. Use them in your training they are really useful to develop the communication system between you and your horse. Keep your horse focused by “putting him in the tube” – having both your legs wrapped positively around him. With your hands slightly apart as you approach at a steady pace, stay sitting up even as he takes off, throwing your shoulders forward too early will throw your horse off balance. Make sure your horse can always see a way through the fence and out the other side