Covering a Mare’s pregnancy can be arranged from her 42-45 day scan confirming she is in foal until either 30 days after birth, 12 months after birth or until the Yearling Sales. Prospective foal insurance indemnifies the insured against a loss arising from the Mare losing the foal during pregnancy or during birth and continues to cover the foal until the expiry date chosen.
Cover is subject to a current Pregnancy Certificate noting 2 early scan dates, confirmation of no twins and last service date. A Veterinary Certificate will also be required on the Mare if she is not currently insured.
For full policy wordings please see the PDF documents below. At a glance our policies include the following:
Guaranteed Renewal Clause (Exclusive to HQ Insurance)
In the event that your horse insured under this policy has incurred a life-threatening injury, illness or disease, coverage will automatically RENEW at the existing sum insured until the first policy anniversary date after the horse reaches the age of 14 or until such time as the injury, illness or disease is no longer life-threatening, whichever is sooner. Further, NO Veterinary Certificate will be required for any renewal until the horse reaches 14 years of age.
In the event of a covered loss, Underwriters will pay the full amount for which your horse is insured under the policy schedule at the time of the loss occurring.
Options for Life Saving Surgery on the Foal from Birth (No Policy Excess and Superior Market Wording)
This extension covers Veterinary expenses including up to 14 days of after-care costs and transport to and from the hospital / clinic in instances where surgery under general anaesthetic is performed in an attempt to save the life of your horse, Limits of up to $10,000 and $15,000 available.
Prompt Claim Settlements
This is on top of the standard Mortality cover which responds in the event of death either through natural causes or an accident, injury or illness so severe that a Veterinarian performs euthanasia on humane grounds to curtail excessive and ongoing pain and suffering. Standard Coverage also includes Theft and the freedom to transport your horse anywhere within and between Australia and New Zealand.
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Fall of Hammer
When buying a horse at auction sales, once the gavel has fallen and you are the successful bidder, the purchase is contractually yours and you are responsible for it.
At fall of hammer risks to and in the horse immediately transfer from the seller to the buyer. Our Fall of Hammer insurance cover will be the safety net upon which you can rely for incidents that trigger a claim under the policy.