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  • Columbus Ohio to Lexington Va

    I need a gelding moved from Columbus Ohio to Lexington Va or thereabouts. Sooner is better. He is ready to go, has new Coggins and health certificate. Or I can go get him and transport another horse along the way.
    bergrbnch@aol.com
    Kathy, DVM

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    • Knoxville TN to NOVA ... open spot

      Open trailer from the Knoxville TN area to Northern Va in the next couple of weeks. Date is not set in stone yet. Adult horsewoman at the wheel driving a new truck pulling a 2 horse WB sized trailer.

      Just throwing this out there in case anyone needs a ride.
      "Gypsy gold does not chink and glitter, it gleams in the sun and neighs in the dark"

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      • Southern MD (western shore) to Southern IN

        Looking for a ride in the next month or two for a 16.2 TB gelding. Loads and rides like it's his job. Happy to help with gas. PM if you're available.

        Thank you!

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        • Heading south from Buffalo Border this week to MD then to IN. Can pick up tomorrow or tuesday in NY.

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          • I need a pony shipped from upstate NY to Montpelier VA and then a pony from VA back to NY. Anyone going anywhere near there soon? Thank you!!

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            • I'll be heading that way in 2 weeks. My destination is about 2 hours short of York, PA. Could you have someone pick your gelding up in Northern VA? (Aldie, VA) $500
              2 horse warmblood sized gooseneck and my gelding will be in there

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              • ok this is supposed to be a reply to the guy who's horse needs a ride from northern AL to SE Penn. will you email me with a response, bc I don't check this often? sarahhickner@yahoo.com
                Thanks!

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                • Central Mississippi to Northern VA - open spot - willing to pick up along route

                  There are several ways to make the trip. I usually go through Knoxville but I can go a different route if your horse needs a ride (it's got to be reasonable though). 2 horse gooseneck WB sized trailer with one gelding already inside. Email me if you need a ride. sarahhickner@yahoo.com

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                  • Monroe, VA to Frederick, MD?

                    Hi is anyone going from Monroe, VA to Frederick, MD area in the next 2 weeks? I have a yearling filly that I'd like to have share a ride if possible.

                    Klementine81@gmail.com

                    Thanks!
                    K

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                    • Need a ride for a mare from NC to TX. Anyone headed that way?
                      “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”
                      ? Albert Einstein

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                      • VT to KY

                        My mare will be headed from Northen VT to the Louisville, KY area in April. Anybody heading that way?

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                        • I have a mare that needs a ride from SD to TX. Anyone else have a horse coming from Solomon Farm that is heading south?
                          Sheila Armstrong, Stone Creek Sport Horses, Dallas, TX
                          Proud half owner of the KWPN Stallion TORONTO
                          https://www.facebook.com/TorontoStallion/
                          http://www.avalon-equine.com/toronto.html

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                          • This weekend NY to SC 2 SPOTS in roomy 4 horse head to head. Return SC to NY 4 spots. Happy to pick up on the way.

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                            • Shipping from MN and WI going East to MD PA NY. Have open slots. Large rig, boxes available, proper dot CDL.
                              Next week leaving the north east heading to WI MN and the Dakota's
                              Regards
                              Jeanne
                              Rygarhorsetransport.com
                              845-294-6254
                              Rygarfarm@gmail.com
                              [URL="http://rygarhorsetransport.com"]http://rygarhorsetransport.com[/URL

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                              • found a ride!

                                found a ride!
                                Last edited by Beam Me Up; Dec. 5, 2012, 04:09 PM.

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                                • VA to GA - need ride for 1 gelding

                                  Looking for anyone headed from Northern VA to the Atlanta GA area..Have 1 WB gelding that needs a ride..
                                  Please PM if you are headed my way!
                                  Thanks!

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                                  • Ontario, Canada or Michigan to Florida

                                    Need to find a ride for a racing Standardbred gelding either from Ontario, Canada or from Michigan down to Florida. Looking for anytime in the next two weeks. Even if it is from Ohio to Florida. Current Coggins and Health Cert.
                                    Please PM if you happen to have room.

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                                    • NoVA to Michigan - Ride needed

                                      Mare in Middleburg, VA needs ride to Michigan. Any time in December.
                                      UTD on vaccinations, negative Coggins. Seasoned traveler.
                                      Last edited by maplebrook; Dec. 3, 2012, 11:20 AM.

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                                      • Happy healthy gelding needs a ride from Lisbon, OH to Hurdle Mills, NC. Ready to go now with coggins/health cert.
                                        "Kindness is free" ~ Eurofoal
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                                        The CoTH CYA - please consult w/your veterinarian under any and all circumstances.

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                                        • Northern VA hauler

                                          Long shot but I'm looking for a hauler who has an extra spot on their trailer for my well behaved horse who shows at Frying Pan and South Run. TIA
                                          We could all take a lesson from crayons some are sharp, some are beautiful, some have weird names, and all are different colors, but they still learn to live in the same box. Unknown.

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