Compare KBIS Horsebox Insurance

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The KBIS Background Story

KBIS, initially founded in 1986 as Kershaw Bloodstock Insurance Services, specialised in bloodstock insurance. In 1991, Guy and Liz Prest acquired the company, broadening its scope to include insurance products for riding and competition horses. In 2020, Specialist Risk Group (SRG), owner of Lloyd’s broker Miles Smith and The Underwriting Exchange (TUE) became the new owners of KBIS.

Over time, they extended their equestrian range of insurance products to include horsebox insurance and also provide cover for horse trailers.

The KBIS Misson

KBIS are dedicated to providing a service to the equestrian community that meets with their ever-changing needs. They strive to be transparent with clear policy terms and wordings and fast and easy claims process. 

They also understand the need to make their products affordable, with a range of levels of cover to suit varying budgets.

The KBIS team are not just sales people but are knowledge nab and some are also own horse and are actively involved in the equestrian life.  

KBIS Horsebox Insurance

KBIS are able to offer cover for every size of horsebox, from 3.5 tonne vehicles right up to large HGV’s. The cover is also available at two levels 

Comprehensive Horsebox insurance

  • Your horsebox is insurance against accidental damage, malicious damage, vandalism and windscreen damage.

Third-Party, Fire, and Theft Horsebox Insurance

  • Cheaper but more limited as this product only covers you for third party damage or loss of the vehicle through fire and/or theft.

KBIS Horsebox Insurance Highlights

  • Most polices will offer cover for 1 or 2 named drivers as standard. An option is available for any driver cover, but drivers under 25 still must be named. Any driver and polices for drivers under 25 will increase the cost of the premium.
  • A KBIS horsebox insurance policy will provide the minimum insurance requirements of EU member countries.
  • You are allowed to transports a horse that you do not own, but only if you are not receiving any kind of reward.  If you are doing so as part of your business or receive a reward you need to discuss this with your insurance provider as you will then need either business insurance or hire and reward insurance to legally conduct your business 
  • KBIS also offer specialised horse trailer insurance. 

Need to make claim: ontact the underwriters ERS direct on the numbers below

Horsebox Accident/Loss0330 123 5991Horsebox Windscreen0345 602 3378

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