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EQUESTRIAN, SPORTS &


RECREATIONAL INSURANCE


Whether you are fl ying high with the Grand Prix Jumpers or down in the dirt with the Headers and Healers, we know horse sports. We will customize an insurance program for your personal or professional needs and provide you with the First-Class Service you deserve. Call today for an evaluation of your insurance needs.


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• Trainers & Instructors Liability • Farm/Ranch Packages with Auto • Riding Clubs Liability • Horse Show Liability • Ranch & Stable Liability • Mortality, Major Medical & Loss of Use • Trail Rides, Outfitters & Guides • Dude Ranches • Carriage Rides, Pony Rides & Petting Zoos • Dog Trainers & Kennels • Business, Homeowner & Auto • Show Cattle & Exotic Animal Liability


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(714)447-9191 or (800)97-HORSE


www.chevalinsurance.com


Mortality quotes over the phone, immediate binding by fax. No vet exams for most horses under $100,000.


Licensed in CA, AZ, OR, NV, WA, CO. CA Lic. OC94257


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from Head to Tail


Protecting the precious


Equine insurance today plays a bigger role than ever in horse ownership. Here’s an introduction to your best insurers—who are also horse people.


Sypolt Insurance (916) 202-8455 or (800) 995-4770


sypoltinsurance.com License OD10217


An insurance policy is a con-


tract between you and the insur- ance company. With some poli- cies, such as mortality insurance, the company agrees to pay you a sum of money if your horse dies or is stolen. With other policies, such as liability insurance, the


company will provide you legal counsel and pay certain demand or judgments against you (up to a specifi c dollar amount) arising from personal injury or property damage for which some one claims you are legally responsi- ble. It is important to have prop-


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