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Dumfries and Galloway horse insurance customers warned about Strangles
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Horse insurance customers in Dumfries and Galloway may need to claim on their policy if they do not heed a warning about Strangles disease issued by the British Horse Society (BHS). The organisation stated that owners of equines in the region should be on the watch for symptoms such as nasal discharge, fever and loss of appetite, reports the Galloway … More

Race horse insurance most important at Cheltenham Racecourse?
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People with race horse insurance might find their policy is particularly important if they enter their animal to run at Cheltenham Racecourse. A study published by Animal Aid revealed that this was the venue with the highest number of fatalities among equines in the last 12 months. Of the 162 fatalities among horses on racecourses in the UK, 13 of these … More

Wild horses introduced at Loch of Strathbeg reserve
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A herd of rare Konik horses has been introduced to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds reserve at Loch of Strathbeg, equine insurance customers might be interested to learn. Dominic Funnell, site manager, explained to BBC News that the beasts thrive on the “rank tussocky vegetation” that is abundant at the location. “It’s great news for the geese, swans, … More

Models ride horses in unusual fashion show
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The organiser of a fashion show in Swindon might have taken out equine insurance after opting to have the models strut their stuff while mounted on 17-hand race horses. McArthurGlen Group organised the event ahead of its races fashion season, which it said represents a quarter of its sales, reports Fashion United. According to the publication, hundreds of people turned out … More

RSPCA: Tired horses ‘should not be forced to finish Grand National’
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The RSPCA has issued a statement urging riders in the upcoming Grand National not to push their steeds too hard as it could result in injuries. Riders who overwork tired animals could find the owners have to claim on their race horse insurancepolicy if they push the creatures too far. Indeed, there may even be fatalities among the horses competing in … More

Dotty the donkey decorated for bravery
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A donkey called Dotty has received a People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) certificate for animal bravery. Pet insurance customers who own a donkey may be impressed to learn that when a dog attacked Stanley the sheep – who shares a paddock with Dotty – the equine did not run in fear. According to onlookers, the courageous creature rushed at … More

Charitable horse rider gets royal approval
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A man who is undertaking a 400-mile horse ride to raise money for charity has been given a good luck message from Prince Charles, equine insurance customers might be interested to learn. The heir to the throne commended Colonel Ewan Cameron on his venture, which will see him travel from London to Edinburgh in a bid to raise £27,000, reports the … More

Microchipped Shetland stallion returned to owner
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The owner of a Shetland stallion in Bedfordshire may not have to put in an equine insurance claim after his animal was found tied up near a canal and returned to him. Benston Isaac was stolen last month and police believe he was taken through an electric fence then a kissing gate before thieves drove him away, reports Horse & Hound. … More

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