Shipping a horse can be both a very scary and expensive adventure. Here at KC Performance Horses we ship all over the United States, Canada, and Mexico. When the necessary precautions are taken and you work with the right people shipping a horse can be a fun and enjoyable experience. I have taken the time to list some of the important factors in shipping a horse and have provided you with the means to feel good about your decision to ship. KC Performance Horses will help you in any way possible to make this a pleasant and easy transaction!
2. The second important factor to begin your shipping experience is to know what your state will require in order for a horse to legally be shipped to you. The link below is a document of state requirements as well as your state veterinarian to contact for any questions: http://www.usrider.org/equestrianmotorplan.html
1. The first important factor to begin your shipping experience is to know how much it will cost to get your horse from point A to point B. The link below is a shipping calculator. Please remember these are estimates! Always factor in 200.00 more to be on the safe side: http://www.uship.com/price_estimator.aspx
3. The third most important factor is to pick a shipper that you feel very comfortable with using. The following is a list of the most reputable shippers in the United States. Please thoroughly check out which ever shipper you choose to go with shipping your horse. K and M Horses has used Dannie Gilder for the last year and everyone has been very pleased with his services. His information is on this list as well. If you would like for us to arrange the shipping please pick a person and we will be happy to get in contact with them and start the arrangements: http://www.travelinghorse.com/
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4. The fourth tip is for those that would need help with shipping to other countries. The first link is for those that would be shipping overseas: http://www.irt.com/homeglobal.jsp?xcid=1 The second link is for those that would be shipping to Canada: http://elliottequine.com/  For those of you who would be shipping to Mexico any of the above links would also work for you as well!