Equine & Farm Insurance
We know you expect a lot from your horse. You want performance and response when you ask for it, and agility and grace in the toughest of circumstances. At Marshall & Sterling Insurance, we think you should expect the same qualities in your insurance agent. Our Equisport Division was created by insurance professionals to meet the demands of horse owners, whether you are a competing pro, a dedicated amateur, or just plain love horses.
Our client service and claims team is dedicated exclusively to supporting our horse insurance clients. One brief phone call to our office will provide instant answers to your questions. Claims are handled quickly and efficiently. We work to exceed every customer’s expectation for quality and service.
We know why you buy insurance. It’s Our Business.
Marshall & Sterling Insurance specializes in personalized plans that encompass a full range of extensive coverage options, uniquely tailored to fit your distinctive needs.
We are your true advocates when it matters most—when you apply for insurance, and when your horse has an accident, becomes sick, or injured. Our partnership with leading insurance carriers offers:
- Major Medical/Veterinary Services
- Loss of Use
- Colic & Surgical Coverage
You trust that your equine partners are housed in a safe environment, and we are here to make sure the grass they walk on is covered as well. Equestrian facilities represent singular risks that require specific liability coverages, which our Equisport Division at Marshall & Sterling insures. We insure for:
- General Liability
- Equine Liability
- Single Day Events
- Care Custody & Control,
- Workers Compensation...and more!
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The Marshall & Sterling League
The Marshall & Sterling League was first designed to encourage and enhance the competition level of Children and Adult riders by providing the opportunity to qualify for a prestigious National Finals Competition. For over two decades, the Marshall & Sterling League has stayed at the forefront of hunter/jumper competition, having grown from 10 member shows and approximately 100 riders in 1991, to over 1,300 horse shows and more than 2,300 riders today.