With effect from March 1st, 2019, The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association has appointed Lycetts Insurance Brokers to provide the Association with Third Party Public Liability insurance coverage exclusively for all TBA full members and as before is provided as a benefit to all full members. Lycetts are a United Kingdom based Insurance Brokers specialising in Equestrian Insurance Requirements.

The two links below will take you to the full Policy Wording and policy Limits of Indemnity and a brief set of FAQ’s. As you will appreciate this coverage is greatly enhanced and provides broader coverage than the Members Away From Home Policy. Should you have any questions regarding insurance or membership, please in the first instance contact the TBA direct: [email protected].

Insurance Resources

Lycetts has 60 years’ experience of looking after the insurance needs of their clients. Lycetts has 16 offices across the country with a specialist Equestrian division operating out of Newmarket, Marlborough and Berwick St. Leonard, giving them the ability to support the Membership in all your insurance requirements:

• Stud Property Insurance
• Commercial Third Party Liability Coverage
• Employers’ Liability
• Motor Fleet (Private cars, Commercial vehicles, Horseboxes, Breakdown, Agricultural vehicles, Quad Bikes/ ATVs)
• Bloodstock
• All Risks of Mortality for all bloodstock and other breeds/uses
• Life Saving Surgical Cover
• Transit Insurance
• Prospective Foal Insurance
• Stallion Infertility
• Life, Pensions, Personal Accident
• Travel

To contact one of your local offices:


1 Stables Court,
The Parade,

01672 512512
[email protected]


The Coach House,
168 High Street,

01638 676700
[email protected]

Berwick St Leonard 

The Seed Store,
Middle Yard,
Berwick St Leonard,

01747 440246
[email protected]

Lycett, Browne-Swinburne & Douglass Ltd (firm registration number 310623) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Lycetts Financial Services Ltd (firm registration number 121418) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), an independent body that regulates the financial services industry in the UK.