Your Guide to Equine Health Care

Low-Stress Horse Loading and Trailering


There’s nothing natural about trailering horses. Going into a tight, closed space with no hope of a forward escape (in most designs). Moving—faster than a horse can run—while standing still. Negotiating stops, starts, curves, and turns on slippery hooves. And, especially, leaving everything that’s familiar behind and heading out into the great unknown.

Download this free guide to learn how to keep your horse’s loading and trailering experience safe and stress-free!


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Passionate about horses and science from the time she was riding her first Shetland Pony in Texas, Christa Lesté-Lasserre writes about scientific research that contributes to a better understanding of all equids. After undergrad studies in science, journalism, and literature, she received a master’s degree in creative writing. Now based in France, she aims to present the most fascinating aspect of equine science: the story it creates. Follow Lesté-Lasserre on Twitter @christalestelas.

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