Northeast Equine Transportation   
A division of  For The Love Of Horses, LLC.  
Call Us at (774) 633-1499

When Experience Matters

Call us at  774-633-1499

      Here, at Northeast Equine Transportation, two of our primary concerns are safety and reliability.  We currently have a 2013 Ram 1500 Quad-cab that we purchased new and it has 4 wheel drive.

     On March 5th we replaced our Hawk Equispirit, 2-horse, gooseneck, with a brand new, 2017 Frontier 2+1 gooseneck trailer. It was built for large draft horses and also has a 7'X7' stall in front of the 2 straight stalls, where we will continue to transport our smaller passengers, (mini's, donkeys, alpacas, sheep or goats) Its factory installed panels going to the floor, prevents our larger passengers in the rear stalls from inadvertantly stepping on the little guys up front. With the added convenience of a side ramp, this forward stall can also be used as a pass-thru, allowing the option to unload horses via the side ramp and not have to back out the rear ramp, or the forward stall can be used as a cargo area to move our customer's extra tack, equipment, and/or extra feed, etc.  New photos featuring our new trailer in use will be added as we get them.

     Additionally, in the summer of 2017, we decided to revisit our roots and purchased a Kingston 2-horse, bumper-pull trailer - just like the trailer we used to start Northeast Equine Transportation.  We use this trailer for short, local, hauls, or when we are warned of very "tight" conditions at either the pick up or delivery locations. 

     Our driver has over 45 years experience driving large trailer trucks all across our great country, in all sorts of weather, including "Rocky Mountain winters".  His ability to handle a pickup truck and a two horse trailer is probably second to none.  His experience trailering horses began back in the eighties, when, before the crack of dawn on most Sunday mornings, he'd be heading down the highway, trailering his daughter's horse to one horse show or another.






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