What’s the long­est haul you’ve made with your horse?

Horse & Rider - - Saddle Chat -

Taryn Fra­zier Sig­man I moved my horses from Wash­ing­ton to South Carolina. We took it easy, mon­i­tored drinking, and stopped fre­quently to let them rest. We also stayed at horse ho­tels so they could stretch their legs and lie down. For­tu­nately, ev­ery­one made it in ex­cel­lent con­di­tion. Su­san Wil­lis I hauled two horses from Seat­tle, Wash­ing­ton, to Jack­sonville, Florida. It took eight days; we stopped ev­ery three or four hours and ev­ery night. Both horses did great! Daphne Roberts We hauled my daugh­ter's bar­rel horse 12 hours for a com­pe­ti­tion in Ok­la­homa City. We stopped af­ter six hours of driv­ing and boarded the horse for the night. Kathy Hutch­er­son I used to make reg­u­lar trips be­tween Ari­zona, New Mex­ico, and Mon­tana. I’d drive for about 12 hours, but I had a large goose­neck trailer, and my horses had a lot of room.

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