Well, it looks like there's an excellent chance that my husband, who was laid off from his job back in March after 5 years, is finding a wonderful new opportunity back in our home state of Texas. We live in Virginia right now. That means we'll be moving once we sell our house. I've never had to haul my horses long distances before and wanted to pick your brains on some of the most important pointers. Shipping boots are an obvious one. Our trailer is an extra tall thoroughbred trailer with an escape door in the front so roominess is not an issue. I realize frequent stops are in order for everyone to relax a little. How often would y'all actually unload and walk them? And what about sleep stops? Would you guys crash in the truck and stay with the rig? How have some of you handled that? Of course I'll have all their vet records up to date. Anyway, just throw some pointers at me. It could be a while before this all actually happens but I figure I'll start getting all my ducks in a row early. Thanks a lot!