Horses go on airplanes in "horse pallets" that hold up to three horses. Two years ago, I heard it cost around 30,000 to fly the pallet from Australia to Europe. It cost the same whether there was three horses or one horse on there. So if you can find two other horses that are flying at the same time, it will be cheaper. If not, think expensive.
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Unfortunately I haven't found anything with the breeding lines I am currently looking for in the states. The Ryans in NSW are breeding incredible dressage horses and I am in love with their stallion Jive Magic!
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