Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: East Central Illinois
I bet you can use/borrow a low riding mower type of trailer to get your carts there, then turn around and drive over the horses. It would be good if you could get a helper to "babysit" your stuff at the show grounds--maybe a horse crazy teenage admirerer?
We transported a breaking cart on the cab of my old truck--1998 Dodge 3/4 T Cummins, my DD's is a 2007 Full T Doolie Dodge Cummins--when we drove the 13 hours to a National Shiloh event, but I don't know HOW we didn't break the front windshield, bc that's how we got it on and off.
DON'T recommend doing that, but we have transported a LOT of stuff and horses to CW Events over the years, so I feel for you.
If you're driving a bumper pull AND you have ramps AND you have a ditch, you might be able to get one or both carts on the back of a truck.