Equine Transport 101: Covering the Basics

It might be relatively easy for your Labrador dog to jump in the backseat of your car–or easier yet if you own a scaled-down version like a Chihuahua–but what about a 1,200 pound horse? Although SUVs are getting bigger each year, you are

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