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Connecticut to Virginia with an Elderly Horse

Moving this summer? Here's a first-hand story of using specialized transport to relocate an aging equine....

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The Birth of DaVinci Equine Emergency Transport, Maryland

Guest blogger Nicole Ehrentraut discusses the formation of her equine emergency transport company....

Disaster Preparedness and Planning: Part 2

Now that you have your human emergency plan in place, Rebecca turns to the critters. Whether you board or keep horses at home, learn about creating an equine evacuation plan....

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What Do I Do with This Dead Horse? Part 2

Last time we talked about the problems caused by not disposing of a carcass in a timely manner. This week we look at disposal methods and options....

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Improving Transport with Scientific Evidence and Animal Welfare Legislation

Research shows that we need to improve trailer design and all aspects of equine transport. ...

National Association of Trailer Manufacturers - Current and Future

Clint Lancaster of the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers presented on the current state of affairs for trailer manufacturers, as well as the future of safety regulations....

Horse Transport at Sea

The equine track at the Animal Transportation Association's 2012 conference included information about horse transport by sea....

Making Good Welfare Assessments During Equine Transport

Cyril Roy, currently completing his PhD at the Atlantic Veterinary College, gave an overview of his research into making good welfare assessments of horses during and after transportation at the Animal Transport Association's conference in March. ...

Putting Information and Technology into Work for Transport

More information from the Animal Transport Association's annual conference: Are we transporting our horses they way we should based on current technology, or simply based on tradition?...

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The Horse 911: What's Your Emergency? describes real-life equine emergencies and rescues, along with lessons on how to avoid such situations when possible and how to effectively save the horses and humans involved.