Monday 19 April 2010
Emergency Equine Assistance
A new emergency service is being launched for people travelling with their horses.
Free to join, this is a network of equestrian people who are prepared to “come to the rescue” for other members stranded with their horses.
Vice-versa, equestrian people can now access a network of people to call upon for assistance when they are out and about with their horses and run into trouble.
Equestrian people have, until now, not had a road-side assistance or call-out network for when they find themselves stranded, either by the roadside, or at a venue away from home. Whether it’s a flat battery, flat tyre, or needing a fellow member to collect their horses from the roadside, now there is a support network to take the stress out of travelling.
The websites are
USA > http://sites.google.com/site/eeausa1/
Membership is easy – simply complete a brief form online. Each month, an updated list for each state will be distributed.
For more information, please visit the website, or call the founder Maryanne Fraser on +61 3 9500 9234 or Maryanne.firstname.lastname@example.org