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What to Do When You Get Into a Horse Float Accident

July 24th, 2015 by

Nobody wants to get into an accident, but the most essential part of surviving one is knowing what to do if it happens. Towing a horse float increases your driving risks for obvious reasons: extra weight, limited control of the towed vehicle, and even unpredictable cargo (horses). All these, as well as the inexperience of […]

Common Problems when Transporting Horses and How to Prevent Them

July 1st, 2015 by

Transporting horses can be stressful. There are so many things to consider, prepare for, and avoid to make the trip comfortable, convenient and safe for both you and your horse. Horses, no matter how agile and strong on their feet, can be giddy and uncomfortable in a moving vehicle. It takes experience, training, and even […]

Quick Tips on How To Reduce Your Horse’s Stress When Travelling

June 22nd, 2015 by

Transporting a horse is more than just getting the best horse floats for sale. If you’re new to transporting your horses, or have had difficulty traveling with them in the past, it is essential to know that there are several factors that create stress for your horse.   We all know that behind a stressed […]

AT THE STABLE DOOR – Edition 1 of the Equiluxe Horse Float newsletter

May 7th, 2015 by

Inside our first edition which we expect to be quarterly, is a great article from Olympic Eventer, Amanda Ross, on her travel tips and leg protection. We also speak to owner of Pony Dressage Rising Star Alexandra Hanson and rider Allison O’Neill about Roseglen Toytown, 6yo Dressage Pony, plus we get invaluable information from FEI […]

Terms to understand when looking at horse floats for sale

January 20th, 2014 by

When researching the variety of horse floats for sale, many terms are used in the advertisement that are common but are not necessarily well understood. Below are some common terms that you might come across when looking at horse floats for sale.

Tips for Travelling Interstate with your Horse – Adam Fawcett – FEI Dressage Rider

January 20th, 2014 by

Tips for Travelling Interstate with your Horse A guest blog by Adam Fawcett In May 2012 I travelled interstate with my horse Gandalf for the first time. Having never travelled longer than 90 minutes before, it was a major event for me and involved a lot of planning.