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    07-08-2010, 04:45 PM
Trucking company vs. Ourselves

I don't know if this really belongs here or if it should be in the trailer thread. Anyway I'm moving my horses from Maine to North Carolina in a Month(August 7th) hopefully. My mom and I have discussed the two options, trailering them ourselves or having a trucking company haul them. We called a few trucking companies a month or so ago and they gave us these prices

Each of those are per horse.The 500 is a maybe(they have to figure out if they are coming up this far.) We sorta have come the decision that it will be a lot cheaper to haul them ourselves. Has anyone used any of these companies and have the price that it cost them?
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    07-10-2010, 11:43 AM
I've had my horse hauled by a professional company, and was pleased with the service and the price, but I don't have the option of trailering myself.

Have you visited this website? It sends a price quote request to several horse transport companies at once: Traveling Horse Transport & Stables Directory

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