Port of entry when hauling horses?
Hi! I am not new to horses but am new to hauling them in and out of state. I know we need brand inspection, coggins, etc. and always thought you needed to stop at the port of entries along the way to show your paperwork. But a couple of weeks ago was the first time I have hauled far enough to come across a port of entry. When I went in and told the guy I was hauling horses, he totally brushed me off and told me to just go. He didn’t even ask for my papers. I felt really dumb. So now I’m confused as to whether or not people actually stop? I know you’re “supposed” to but is it a law that equestrians generally just ignore? Or was that guy just having a bad day, haha? Thanks!