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Now Your Can Have Customers Find Your Equine Facilities REAL Location

As horse lovers ourselves, we know at first hand how difficult it can be to locate businesses and organizations that cater to the equine community. And the challenge becomes even more difficult when you take your horses on a road trip. You need to know where to find horse vets and farriers, and hope that you don’t need them. You might like to know where the tack shops and clothing stores are in an area you're driving through or visiting. And for longer trips you’ll need overnight accommodation and stabling perhaps. Oh – and by the way, you need their physical locations, not their mailboxes'.

A solution…

The Equine Guide is an interactive website that helps people find these and many other equine related businesses. Breeding and stud farms, specialist clubs, veterinarians, equine dentists, barns and arenas, trailer sales and service – the list is long. Unlike other listing services, Equine Guide harnesses the power of Google Maps™ to provide information on businesses and organizations registered with the Equine Guide in the area you’re interested in and to pinpoint their real locations on a map.

Please check out our new website and let us know what you think.
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