Transportation Information

Be prepared! Look over State Equine Information and Canadian Import/Export Regulations. Download Emergency Responder and Limited Power of Attorney Forms. 

 

Trailer Accident Survey

Have you been involved in a trailer accident? If so, please download and complete our Trailer Accident Survey. 

 

Checklists

Through a special arrangement with two undisputed experts on equine travel - Neva Kittrell Scheve and James Hamilton, DVM - we have created this area for the safety of you and your Horses.

Neva is the author of The Complete Guide to Buying, Maintaining, and Servicing a Horse Trailer and Hawkins Guide: Horse Trailering on the Road. She and James Hamilton, DVM co-authored Hawkins Guide: Equine Emergencies on the Road.

 

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Avoid a Trailer Scramble

As you haul your horse, he must constantly adjust his body weight to keep his balance, working his muscles hard. He may even have to scramble to stay on his feet. Read more »

Camping with Horses

On your own horse, you'll be able to access thousands of miles of trails, from oceans to lakeshores, mountain meadows to desert sands, local open space to wilderness. All you need for a safe and... Read more »

Be Water-Wise on Your Next Horse Camping Trip

Your trail horse needs about 10 to 30 gallons of water per day to stay hydrated and healthy. You're responsible for meeting his critical water needs, whether you go on day rides, horse camp, or... Read more »

Field Guide to Equine Allergies

5/1/2019

You arrive at the barn to discover your horse covered in small, flat- topped bumps. But he doesn't seem to be bothered by them, so you decide to wait to see how he does. Sure enough, in a few... Read more »

When Did Your Last Check Your Horse Trailer Floor?

4/9/2019

Before loading up your horse and heading down the road, include a horse trailer flooring check as part of your pre-trip inspection. A weak floor of any material can give out mid-trip. When the... Read more »

Comfort in the Trailer

Today’s trailers are designed to make it increasingly easy for both horse and owner to travel in safety and style. By incorporating breakthrough technologies with the latest in shock absorbent,... Read more »

10 Tips for Traveling Solo With Your Horse

For years, I’ve enjoyed attending trail rides, horse shows and clinics with a group of like-minded friends. We’ve developed a “mobile buddy system,” helping each other out,... Read more »

4 Ways to Prevent Spring Training Injuries

Warmer weather is not far away, and it will feel good to shake off the winter doldrums and get back into the swing of things at the barn. Tempting as it may be to toss a saddle on your horse and head... Read more »

Horse Trailering Tips

Even the calmest of transported horses experiences fundamental stress reactions from the start of loading. In transit, those perfectly content-looking horses are likely to have become dehydrated, to... Read more »

Florida Paradise

While much of the country gets blasted with winter storms, here in the Sunshine State, we enjoy some of the best riding weather of the year. Here in Florida, we're blessed not only with great... Read more »