Riding Clubs & Associations
A riding club is defined as any group that is formed to pursue common equestrian related interests. Riding clubs and associations form the core of most organized equestrian activity in the United States and Canada. They allow riders with similar interests to meet, network and participate in organized activities. A riding club can be a small group of friends meeting regularly for organized trail rides. Clubs also include the thousands of association members in national organizations such as the United States Equestrian Federation, American Quarter Horse Association, United States Dressage Federation, Professional Rodeo Association, International Barrel Racing Association or United States Polo Association.
AmRisk offers a policy specifically designed for these equestrian organizations. For as little as $450 per year our $1,000,000 liability policy will cover all club members if a law suit arises from an insured club activity. Liability coverage is provided for all declared club activities including special events. Products, completed operations and personal advertising injury exposures are also included in coverage. Boarding, riding instruction, clinics and public special events can be added by endorsement. A comprehensive package policy is also available for clubs that own buildings, personal property or automobiles.