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ZELLA
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Last Activity: Sep. 13, 2019, 11:14 AM
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  • I believe the Thornhill JC Berlin is a copy of the Siegfried...if not that, it's a copy of another similar Stubben model. I've had a Berlin for 15 years...
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  • ZELLA
    replied to Horse insurance
    For a horse to be insured for less than $100k, you'll usually only have to complete an application and pay a premium to get covered. No vet exam would...
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  • ZELLA
    replied to Equine insurance
    AEIG/Argo has a catastrophic medical or surgical-only coverage available to horses of any value. Catastrophic covers most things that major med does,...
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  • ZELLA
    replied to Equine insurance
    Agents representing the Argo/AEIG program or The Hartford would be your best bet for the low-valued horses wanting med coverage.
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  • ZELLA
    replied to Equine insurance
    Scribbler isn't quite correct; there are equine insurers in the USA that will insure inexpensive horses. For a horse that was recently given to you, the...
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  • ZELLA
    replied to Safe Sport "code"
    deborah518....debs....debbie darling, I think everyone is OK with you giving up "Olympic interest and support" so you can be free to train,...
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