Traveling with horses is all about getting from point A to B easily. That said, life is messy and emergencies happen; however, by driving intelligently and having a game plan “in the event of . . .,” you can hedge your bets and come out ahead on the side of safety.
When was the last time you took a really good look at the tires on your horse trailer? While air pressure is very important, it’s not the only thing that counts when it comes to tire safety.
Straight load vs slant load trailers: The debate continues. However, the one factor that everyone will agree on is that horse safety comes first.
Cold-compression systems are one type of therapy that stables can consider. Cold-compression therapy aids in maintaining healthy tendons and ligaments post-exercise.
Plate vibration is one therapy that you might consider adding to your farm or stable to offer clients more services, and add another revenue stream to your business.
Entering into close, dark spaces can spook the most stalwart horses, yet we expect them to step into a trailer without missing a beat. Fortunately, thanks to today’s design and material technologies, we are able to provide sufficient space, increased ventilation and a number of safety features that will help ensure a stress-free travel experience for most horses.