Horse insurance customers given equipment security tips

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Horse insurance customers given equipment security tips

Horse insurance policyholders in the Ribble Valley have been urged to be vigilant when it comes to the safety and security of their equipment.

The Lancashire Evening Post reported that PCSO Di Bioletti, who coordinates the Ribble Valley Horse Watch crime prevention scheme, asked horse insurance policyholders to be mindful of their tack, stables and vehicles.

She told the newspaper: "With the showing season already under way, it is a good time to remind horse owners ... a lot can be done to deter thieves and to keep valuable equestrian equipment safe."

PCSO Bioletti advised horse insurance policyholders to put vehicle ramps up, even if leaving them attended for a moment, to minimise the risk of opportunistic thefts.

She added that owners should never leave tack in trailers or boxes overnight and ensure that it is parked under lights or automatic intruder security lighting.

Last month, horse insurance policyholders in Bristol were invited to a free equipment marking session to help them in the event of loss or theft.

April 21st 2011

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