Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Victoria, Australia
Ok well a float is pretty much a horse box with a divider down the middle (straight load, what we have now) that you can take 2 horses in, an angle float is one where you can take 2,3 or 4 horses in but up the front it usually has a compartment for tack as well as a sink, cupboard and microwave in another compartment further up the front. Floats can be towed by any car heavy enough (such as a jeep, land cruiser.. any type of large 4WD heavy car). A truck however is basiclaly the two converged together, which usually has the horse box at the back (fitting anywhere between 3 and 8 horses pretty much) then a tack compartment in the middle and living quarters in the front (with bed, sink, stove, microwave, tv, fridge etc. kind of like an RV) and is driven as one rather than a car towing a trailer... does that clear it up?? its actually quite interesting having other people in another country that ahve never heard of the stuff we use every day!! or call it a different name...
live for the good times,, forget all the bad,, love him forever and you'll be always glad!! So hug like you mean it,, and kiss in the night,, smile when they cant see and never ever fight!!