Thank you everyone for your advice. I didn't have time to reply before I left but I was able to read some of your advice. It turns out they provide feed and hay and all I needed was the halter (I made sure it was an older one that I don't care about too much just in case it vanishes). We actually ended up finding a trailer to borrow so we didn't end up having to ship her with a hauler. We have a trailer, however it is tiny and she hates it. The vet recommended that we not use it simply because of the stress it would put on her (I've had her less than two months and she only rode in it once). They initially said they were going to do the surgery tomorrow morning, however a half hour after we left the center I got a call from them saying that they had cleaned the wound up more and realized it was worse than they thought and they wanted permission to move the surgery up to tonight
. Of course I said yes.
And yes, New Bolton is expensive (insert dying screams of bank account here) but the eye injury was bad enough that I didn't feel comfortable taking my chances elsewhere. As it is, the eye is very close to rupturing. The surgery has a high success rate, but there is still a chance that she may lose sight in that eye. As of now she is still in surgery. I will not know more until they call me after she comes out of anesthesia and is up and around. My vet said that with an eye injury this bad, she would only recommend New Bolton and I trust her opinion.
Fortunately I have some money saved up. Unfortunately said money was being saved for buying a bigger trailer
. Oh well I guess I just won't be hauling her anywhere any time soon.