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  • I've got a trailer heading from Ontario, Canada to FL and back middle of march. Can stop along the way either north or south. If anyone needs a ride I can give you at cost rates.

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    • Originally posted by dorthyinoz View Post
      I've got a trailer heading from Ontario, Canada to FL and back middle of march. Can stop along the way either north or south. If anyone needs a ride I can give you at cost rates.
      Pm me- I've got one needs brought to Pa. Not sure about the EHV situation.

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      • North Salem, NY to East China,MI or NY to ?

        need a gelding shipped from North Salem NY to East China MI. Or if I can find a place for him to lay over anywhere for now. Just need to move him off of that farm ASAP.
        derbylynfarms@gmail.com
        Derby Lyn Farms Website

        Derby Lyn Farms on Facebook!

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        • MI to CT

          Looking for a ride for a mare from Traverse City, MI 49684 to CT 06437.
          Last edited by hunt_jumpfl; Mar. 22, 2013, 11:13 PM.

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          • California to MD

            Potentially looking for a ride for a TB filly from California (Richmond area) to Maryland. Anyone headed that way?

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            • Originally posted by dorthyinoz View Post
              I've got a trailer heading from Ontario, Canada to FL and back middle of march. Can stop along the way either north or south. If anyone needs a ride I can give you at cost rates.
              Sent a PM. WI to FL.
              The Inverted Y
              Thoroughbred and Anglo Arabian Sporthorses
              2005 and 2007 USEF Breeder of the Year.
              www.allanglos.net

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              • Originally posted by Melyni View Post
                A friend of mine is hauling from California to Wisconsin, late March/ early April, she then has to swing down to Ohio. She has empty stalls on the way back home. She is willing to swing by VA, TN or PA to pick up a horse if someone needs her to.

                So if you need a horse hauled to the West Coast in March/April, please PM me and I will get you in contact.
                MW
                Sent you a PM
                The Inverted Y
                Thoroughbred and Anglo Arabian Sporthorses
                2005 and 2007 USEF Breeder of the Year.
                www.allanglos.net

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                • Shipping PA to WI and back again. Can stop anywhere along the way to pickup and dropoff. Leaving PA 3/17 or 18. Room both directions, box or standing stalls available. Excellent care, hay and water at all times. 484-678-3785

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                  • Sorenson Park Dressage Shows 2013

                    Looking for trailer ride to and from any of the USDF recognized shows at Sorenson Park in East Troy WI. Horse is boarded in Dodgeville WI. Will split gas money. Horse loads perfectly and no vices in the trailer. 16 hh standardbred mare, aprox 1000#.

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                    • Gelding from Montana to DE/PA

                      A friend needs a ride for one quiet gelding from Montana to DE/PA area in May. Please pm if you are headed this way. I can pick up anywhere in DE/PA/VA/MD area and take to final destination if needed.

                      thanks!
                      Laurie

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                      • Originally posted by dorthyinoz View Post
                        I've got a trailer heading from Ontario, Canada to FL and back middle of march. Can stop along the way either north or south. If anyone needs a ride I can give you at cost rates.

                        Sorry PM won't work- owner called doesn't want horse to travel this month.

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                        • Need haul from Winchester va to radford va for horse rescued from eotl horse placement. Need done asap.
                          Your dog may not be broken, but he still needs to be fixed.

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                          • Horse missed her ride to winchester. needs to get from eotl in harmony pa to radford va. anybody?
                            Your dog may not be broken, but he still needs to be fixed.

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                            • I am going to the Jay Hayes clinic in Caledon, Ontario and I am in need of a ride. If anyone is going and is coming from or will be passing through the Newmarket area, and if you have room on your trailer, please let me know.
                              Proud mother to Matt, a 18 year-old TB gelding.

                              FOREVER

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                              • Shipping

                                Originally posted by DiablosHalo View Post
                                A friend needs a ride for one quiet gelding from Montana to DE/PA area in May. Please pm if you are headed this way. I can pick up anywhere in DE/PA/VA/MD area and take to final destination if needed.

                                thanks!
                                Laurie
                                Our semi is going to make that run in May,,,also we are going to be in MT the first week of April,,if you can get on this trip,,I can work with you on the rate.
                                Regards
                                Jeanne
                                Rygarhorsetransport.com
                                845-294-6254
                                Last edited by GoshenNY; Mar. 20, 2013, 03:54 PM. Reason: Misspell
                                [URL="http://rygarhorsetransport.com"]http://rygarhorsetransport.com[/URL

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                                • Offered MT-NJ and Return

                                  I have room for 1 horse eastbound and 2 westbound on my warmblood sized straightload with airride suspension. Will be traveling early-mid April. Email for details and information. mmprice39@gmail.com

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                                  • Looking for a ride from Flint, MI area to Ithaca, NY for 1 horse in the next month. Otherwise I maybe able to take a horse from point to point on that route if I haul myself. I will go in the next week or two if I haul myself.

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                                    • Shipping from the Wichita, KS area back to the east coast. Room all the way. Planning to travel from KS through MO, IL, IN, KY, OH and PA. Can possible deviate a bit. Box and standing stalls, hay and water at all times. 484-678-3785

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                                      • Need a ride from Wellington area to Atlanta area.. anytime in the next week 3/29 thanks!
                                        www.windhorsefrm.org and on Facebook too!
                                        Where mares rule and Basset Hounds drool!

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                                        • Need a ride for a pony broodmare from Harpers Ferry, WV to Thomasville, GA. Quiet, easy, sweet mare. Coggins, Health Cert. ready, she can go at anytime.

                                          Please PM if you are going that way.
                                          www.Somermistfarm.com
                                          Quality Hunter Ponies

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