In-depth: Country life

Horsing around Equestrian insurance can be difficult to enter, but the sector is growing and is ripe for technology-savvy brokers to break into. Ida Axling reports

Horses can be beloved members of the family or a financial investment, out chasing victories on the racecourse. No matter what their status they need to be correctly insured and there are many matters for brokers to consider when advising clients on cover.

According to experts, the key questions brokers need to ask a new client are

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