Equine Motorcoach will be on-site at the Classic Company’s Gulfport, Mississippi Hunter/Jumper Horse Show March 7-11.
According to a press release, the all-in-0ne RV and horse transport will then make its way west to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show in Houston, Texas, March 21-April 1.
“This gives us an opportunity to showcase our 2012 model in new markets,” said Tom Stinnett, national dealer and Equine Motorcoach principal. “We have lots of interest and have already started manufacturing Coaches for new customers.”
The made-in-the-USA Equine Motorcoach process has given the transport company an opportunity to innovate with new and first generation models. “All things are possible now,” said Stinnett, who is also owner of Tom Stinnett Derby City RV in Clarksville, Ind., and co-chair of the Go RVing Coalition. “We have engineered two-, four- and six-horse models to meet customers’ specifications and our coaches reflect the many needs and wants of our customers.”
The RV and horse transport company has also rolled out a production model of its towable line. Branded as the Equine Carriage, the line has an Equine Transport tow unit that can include living accommodations or the living accommodations can be created in the Equine Carriage or both. This line responds to the need to transport up to eight horses.