How equine insurers are still going the distance to manage horse-racing risks

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David Worsfold explores how equine insurers rose to the challenge of managing horse-racing risks in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, and are now handling today's hardening market.

While many sectors of the economy were sent reeling by the Covid-19 pandemic, the equine and bloodstock markets hardly broke their stride. Horses were trained, horses were bred, horses were bought and

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