i'm aware I can't drug him i've already talked to my vet while I worked there and we both agreed not to sedate him unless he was frantic, which he may get.
Second he does kick while the trailer is moving with his front legs he kicks and paws and has a fit. It's not my horse and she has no money trailer or anything to be able to HIRE someone to help. She has known forever that he is going to need to be moved and decided leaving without trying to haul him by himself first. I'm not wasting my time and gas when it's not my horse.
He is drooling to much right now to even think of eating hay, we were going to tie the hay bag up but he isn't interested. He has horrible balance so we are putting him in the divider so he has something to lean on because the last time we did this without closing the divider he was everywhere. I've watched him and he is always falling and hit the divider so hard my horse got jammed into the trailer.
I think we are just going to wrap his front legs and put shipping boots on him, and hope he doesn't dent the trailer or loose a shoe or hurt himself. If so we told her to have us take him on a ride and she wouldn't come out. Someone metioned to hobble him, but we don't have any hobbles. I'm planning on getting there extra early to work him so maybe he will be too tired to put up a fight, but we'll see. I told her also to put him in a stall so he would be away from the other horses to get him used to being by himself, but she didn't want to pay for a week of being in a stall.