The Standard Program provides mortality coverage for
equines between and ages of 1 and 15 years. Yearlings are accepted
into the program on January 1st of the year following foaling. On
the membership anniversary date that coincides with the member's actual
age of 16, the member will be automatically transferred into one of the
Senior Programs, unless the member has been enrolled in the Standard
Plan for 2 years prior to their 16th birthday. If a member has
been enrolled in the in the plan for 2 years prior to their 16th
birthday, they are eligibel for 3 additional years of coverage under the
To qualify for membership, applicant horse/pony must meet all the follow
- Applicant horse/pony must either be registered with
a recognized breed association or have a microchip or lip tattoo
verified by a licensed veterinarian.
- Applicant horse/pony must be between one (1) and
fifteen (15) years of age. A licensed veterinarian must
provide an approximate age for non-registered equines.
- Applicant horse/pony must be healthy and have had
regular veterinary checks, vaccinations, and wormings.
Any customer can enroll as many horses/ponies as he/she wishes, but
the Hooiser Horsemen's Association will not be liable for more than five
(5) members or $16,000 dollars per any occurrence or accident regardless
of the type of plans enrolled in.
The Association encourages the use of their coverage plans as a
supplement to other types of incurance to help defray veterinarian and
other expenses incurred due to a death.
To download a copy of the Standard Application or a copy of the Rules
and Regulations, click on the appropriate icon.
|Standard Application for Registered Horses/Ponies
|Standard Application for Non-Registered
|Standard Program Rules and Regulations