Rider Injury Protection
Based on the level of the rider and nature of the injury, you can count on a reimbursement that will help cover out of pocket expenses for the rider. How the rider uses the lump sum payout is up to him/her.
Broken Bones • Concussion • Paralysis • Coma • Other temporary or permanent injuries
Examples of how lump sum payouts can be used
Ambulatory Services • Injury related deductibles and out of pocket maximums • Medical expenses or procedures that are not covered by insurance • Ongoing household or business-related expenses • Specialty transportation needs.
Equine Urgent Care
Upon a verified receipt of incident report, the company will reimburse reasonable and customary veterinarian fees for covered surgical procedures, medical treatment or diagnostic testing provided to your horse due to an accident, injury, illness that may occur to a horse registered to compete. Eligible horses typically must be between the ages of 4 and 16 years.
Colic Surgery • Fractures • Laceration Repair
Illness & Injuries
Colic/ Hospitalization • Leg Injuries • Sudden-Onset Laminitis • Bowed Tendon • Suspensory Tears
Diagnostics & Ambulatory Transportation
Radiographs • MRI & CT • Bloodwork • Bone Scans • Ambulatory Transportation
Equine Loss Protection
If your horse is registered to compete, you are eligible for reimbursements should your horse suffer from accident, injury or illness that suddenly results in its death.