Specializing in Equine & Farm Related Coverages
About Equine Insurance
With over 40 years of industry experience, assisting clients with their equine and farm-related insurance needs, Equine Insurance, a division of Parker General Insurance, is a leading agency in the Western United States.
Parker General Insurance began in 1964 as an independent agency in Fresno, California, and has since been recognized throughout the industry for its knowledge of the marketplace and superior customer service. In 1993 Parker General purchased Equine Insurance, a small equine agency and hired Donna Chopp to manage the Equine division. This agency has since grown through a continued philosophy of seeking and hiring knowledgeable, resourceful employees, always putting the customers needs first. We have always felt that it was necessary to partner or align ourselves with the strongest and most competitive insurance companies, providing the best possible pricing and service.
We take pride in giving back to the industry we love through rider and show sponsorship and a commitment to excellence each and every day. As evidence of Equine’s outstanding reputation, we have been selected by numerous nationwide equestrian organizations, farms, trainers and Olympic Team Members as their sole insurance provider and hope you too will consider adding us to your team.
Equine’s staff takes pride in providing our customers with the best insurance protection possible, at an affordable price. We feel that every client deserves prompt, personal, and professional service. Our decades of insurance experience, paired with over 40 years of expertise in the livestock industry are proof of that.
Whether you are looking to insure your farm, business, livestock, or equestrian star, we invite you to speak with one of our agents today to hear about all Equine can do for you. Give us a call at 1800.321.5723 or request a free quote.
Did You Know…?
We Accept Visa and Master Card
Workers’ Compensation is mandatory in California. The labor board has begun unannounced inspections and has even closed some Farms/Training stables down as they did not have any Workers’ Compensation in force.
Barns are not considered an appurtenant structure to a dwelling and must be scheduled to have coverage.
Homeowner’s policies exclude equipment used in your business. For example: Trainers using tack, jumps or any other property must have it specifically insured. The same applies for liability coverage.
A metal barn will melt in a fire.
That horses are considered livestock and that most homeowner’s policies exclude livestock? Most homeowners also exclude horses away from the premises and/or in competition.
Dwelling coverage drastically changes if the house is vacant for more that 30 consecutive days.
If you are a horse owner and you leave your tack or other property at the barn where you board, you are responsible for theft or damage, not the barn owner.