When preparing to trailer your horse, don’t forget to add “ulcer prevention” to your travel checklist.
If your horse is anxious or fractious during transport, spend some time investigating factors that may be causing instability and stress.
A horse isn’t simply standing in a trailer during the trip back to the barn; he’s making constant adjustments to maintain his balance through every curve and acceleration.
A few simple measures can help you head off trouble and give you peace of mind.
Sometimes coughing in horses is harmless, but it may be the first sign of serious trouble. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Research shows that horses transported long distances with a commercial shipping company had low risk of associated health problems.
Pack along a few vital items just in case you trip doesn't go as planned.
A "to-go" meal could put your horse at risk of choke, ulcers or colic.
Consider several factors when deciding whether your horse needs a blanket during transport.
Consider these 7 features when shopping for a vehicle that can safely and comfortably haul your horses.
With some planning and patience, you can make your youngster's first trailer ride an unremarkable, and therefore good, experience.
A few minutes caring for your horse trailer after a road trip can save you time and money later on.
Keep your horse cool and comfortable during transport.
A few minutes spent checking the soundness of your trailer goes a long way toward protecting the safety of every horse who rides in it.
Review this trailering checklist compiled by a veterinarian who has seen many transit troubles over the years, and hauled horses hundreds of miles himself. By Robert M. Miller, DVM, for EQUUS magazine.
Keep your horse's safety and comfort in mind as you shop for a used trailer. By Laurie Bonner for EQUUS magazine.
Make sure that your trailer and vehicle are safe and sound before your horses hit the road. Complete this safety check by doing minor inspections and repairs yourself to prepare for a road trip. By Nancy Ambrosiano for EQUUS magazine.
Learn how to improve your horse's trailering trips. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine.
During rest stops on road trips, follow this checklist to make sure your horses are comfortable while traveling. From the Editors of EQUUS magazine.
EquiSearch.com columnist Suzanne Drnec trailers down the memory trail-remembering her first ever trailer, and all the changes and needs that led to her newest trailer purchase.