Best Practices In Trailer Overturn Emergencies

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In our first blog post last week, I showed you a picture of an overturned horse trailer/float with a Randy Rescue horse mannequin inside – to give you an idea of what it really would look like to view a trailer/float on its side – and to stimulate thinking about how you might manage the situation if you were there. The other reason is to explore ways to prevent this scenario, or at least make it easier to get the animal(s) out with ease and speed

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