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Re: [WestKingdomEQ] liability and private horses question

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  • Rachael Keish
    Hello all- Aren t *all horses*, rented or private, (that are affiliated with any SCA event published in the appropriate newsletter where the equestrian
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 30, 2003
      Hello all-
      Aren't *all horses*, rented or private, (that are affiliated with any SCA
      event published in the appropriate newsletter where the equestrian insurance
      rider has been activated) covered by the EQ insurance rider? I'm not
      certain, but why else would we have to SEPARATELY activate the EQ insurance
      for SCA events?

      I think Patricia at SCA Corporate (who handles the insurance activation)
      would be the best one to contact regarding the insurance/liability

      In service,
      Marguerite du Royon

      >From: Dianne L Karp <dkarp@...>
      >To: henriksd5@...,sca-equine@...
      >CC: westkingdomEQ@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [WestKingdomEQ] liability and private horses question
      >Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 10:31:28 -0700
      >To all and sundry.
      >As you know, the West Kingdom has just this last year or so gotten back
      >into doing Eq activities. Much has changed and our kingdom officers have
      >liability questions. The following was brought up at a recent Kingdom
      >Officer meeting and I was asked to forward it to you all for comment.
      >There seems to be some concern that the gate waiver/blue card waiver and
      >the event insurance do not cover these situations. Since we have
      >private horses being used all the time at places like Gulf Wars (were
      >there are rentals also), perhaps that would be the best example?
      >Siobhan n S
      > >
      > > Another issue that was brought up was about privately owned horses
      > > brought to events. The concern was if there was any danger to the
      > > there or the owners of the horses , if an accident happened. That is,
      > > anyone that got injured sue the owner of the horse, and were there any
      > > waivers being signed to prevent suits under such circumstances.?
      > Then another issue is , what happens if someone brings a horse that
      >they don't own, and then they let someone else ride the animal? Do we
      >need an additional waiver for riders to sign saying they won't sue if
      >the horse they brought causes damage? What do other kingdoms do in such
      > >
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