If you're insured up to £5k vet fees, how much is the premium?

mystiandsunny

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Just wondering - insurance nearly up for renewal. I pay approx £30 per horse per month, so £360 per horse per year. They're insured for minimum value (£500) but max vet fees. No public liability (BHS does that!). Is this amount about right?
 

Fides

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Just wondering - insurance nearly up for renewal. I pay approx £30 per horse per month, so £360 per horse per year. They're insured for minimum value (£500) but max vet fees. No public liability (BHS does that!). Is this amount about right?
I paid £284 with NFU - horse insured up to £1000, max vets fees. I paid £260 for equivalent policy on a non-ridden horse.
 

Skyebald

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I pay about £40 a month for two , can't remember if mine is £4k of £5k vets fees . I also insure mine for minimum value and just vets fees
 

exracehorse

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NFU 50.00 a month including trailer insurance. Recent ly had a colic claim. Excess was 140.00 covered for 5k vet and 2,500 value of horse
 

LadyLuck1977

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I pay £330 per year for vet fees up to £5000 per incident with unlimited incidents per year and £7500 for colic. KBIS
 

montanna

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I pay £25 a month. She is insured for £265! The lowest I could insure for. This is for £5,000 vets fees with £135 excess, and up to £1 million public liability with £100 excess. She is insured for anything up to and including affiliated showjumping/eventing.
 

PorkChop

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Costs me just under £30 a month, insured value £1000, £5000 per incident Vets fees, £135 excess.
 
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