|sunsetv ||01-22-2009 10:19 PM |
Hello everyone. I just joined and am in desperate need of someone to help me transport my mare from AL to SC. Not sure where to put this so I put it here, but please I really need help here. If you can help please either post or pm me
|sunsetv ||01-25-2009 12:32 AM |
Anyone? I have an artist that is willing to draw whomever helps a free piece of art.
|CheyAut ||01-25-2009 01:07 AM |
I can recomend some haulers for you, but from your second post it sounds as if you want a free ride?
But if I took that wrong, I like www.hauledwright.com
|sunsetv ||01-26-2009 10:38 PM |
I don't want a free ride, but I can't afford to pay $500. I can pay like 2-3 hundred
|NewHeart ||01-26-2009 11:18 PM |
Realistically, it is going to cost you more than that to haul a horse that far with gas and diesel fuel being the way they are, plus the cost of the haulers time. Where are you keeping your horse now? Is there anyone in your area or perhaps stable (if you board) that would be willing to take the drive?
|sunsetv ||01-26-2009 11:32 PM |
She is at my grandparent's horse and is not being well cared for. I am going to board her at a local stable, but the stable manager has a full schedule so she can't make the trip. I am looking in my area for people.
|CheyAut ||01-28-2009 12:02 AM |
How far (miles) is it? There are several haulers who charge $0.50 per mile. You can try www.uship.com
and post your request, then haulers will bid (lower vs higher) on your trip. You can check out references to make sure you get a reputable/good hauler.
|sunsetv ||01-28-2009 11:52 AM |
I did, but I decided to not get her for now, because things have flared. I am however getting a beautiful palomino mare
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