Weekly trips to Kentucky


Do you love horses and want to Drive for Morrissey’s?
If you have horse experience, and a class A license,
email Will at will@morrisseyshorsepullmans.com for
an application and more information about current openings.


Don’t forget to click our “FMCSA” link on our links page to Verify Compliance and review Safety Records for haulers.


Federal Law requires that all persons and/or companies that operate a
commercial motor vehicle, i.e. those that haul horses for a fee or ANY
kind of compensation, must have the following:

  • Their name, city and state prominently displayed on both sides of their vehicles.
  • Their D.O.T. # on the vehicle that is readily legible from a distance of 50 feet.
  • A Motor Carrier (M.C.) # which identifies them as an Authorized “For Hire” .
carrier that has insurance on file with the D.O.T.

BEWARE of any hauler who:
  • Is unmarked or are placarded with a “Private” or “Not For Hire” sign.
  • Does not use a Bill of Lading (a contract that is signed by the shipper
and receiver of your horse).
  • Requires some form of pre-payment or deposit for shipping.
  • Claims that his truck is a “recreational vehicle” and therefore exempt
from any and all regulations.

A business that does not operate as a commercial enterprise, or falsely
puts forth that they are not engaged in commerce, will not be in compliance
with the rules and regulations set by the Federal Motor Carriers Safety
Administration. Their drivers will not be subject to drug and alcohol
testing. They will not be required to do any vehicle inspections (pre-trip
or roadside inspections by the USDOT). They will not be using logbooks,
or be regulated as to the number of hours they can legally drive in a day or
a week. They will not be required to carry valid medical cards, or be
subject to any of the other regulations set forth by the FMCSA that keep
our highways safe.

If a hauler is stopped for any traffic violation, and is found to be
transporting horses illegally, they will be shut down by the DOT on the spot.
This could mean that your horse will be stranded on the side of the road until
other arrangements can be made.


Whether your mare is leaving the state to be bred, or for a sale, the New York
Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund needs to know.

Since the rules regarding eligibility require that the broodmare be seen at her New York
residence by the Registry Compliance Team, you must report a change in your mare’s
location within ten (10) days of the move, or within ten (10) days of her arrival in NYS.

To protect their New York State “resident mare” status, in-foal broodmares may be
granted a “leave of absence” when leaving the state for bloodstock sales. If returned to
NYS within the guidelines of the leave of absence, the mare will be considered a resident
mare regarding her in-utero foal.

It should be noted that failure to provide this information within ten (10) days could result
in a finding that a resulting foal is not eligible to be registered.

Some forms available include:
  • New Mare Form - for new mares placed into service
  • Broodmare Leave of Absence Form - for protecting in-foal broodmares’ NY resident status
when they leave the state for bloodstock sales
  • Mare Movement (Departure) Form - for notifying of mare movements (departures)
  • Mare Movement (Arrival) Form - for notifying of mare movements (arrivals)
  • Foaling Form - for notifying us that a mare has given birth to a live foal

You will find all of the necessary forms on the New York Thoroughbred Breeders website
at www.nybreds.com or click the link on our “links” page, to get you started.


MC-109502 and Subs Terms and Conditions of shipment including Mileage Rates and Charges on livestock, other than ordinary, personal effects of trainers, attendants, owners and exhibitors, between points in the United States (except Alaska and Hawaii)

PART I - Scope and Application

Purpose: This document establishes terms and conditions, rates, and charges applicable to transportation by Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc., of Livestock other than Ordinary, Personal effects of Trainers, Attendants,Owners and Exhibitors, between points in the United States (except Alaska and Hawaii) on the one hand, and,on the other hand points in Canada, irrespective of whether such transportation is performed in intrastate, interstate, or foreign commerce.

1.2 S
upersedes and Modifications. These Terms and Conditions of Shipments supersede all prior documents, tariffs and other prior statements of terms, conditions, rates, and/or charges applicable to transportation by Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc. Except as otherwise expressly provided in these Terms and Conditions ofShipment, the terms and conditions, rates and charges established herein control and take precedence over any inconsistent or conflicting provision of any bill of lading or other transit document and can be modified only upon the express written consent of the President of Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc.

Part II - Definitions and Rules of Construction

Definitions. As used in these Terms and Conditions of Shipment and in Carrier’s bill of lading, the words and phrases underlined below have the meaning set forth thereafter.

Agreed Value means the value of an animal agreed to or declared by the Shipper on the bill of lading for a Shipment to be the largest amount for which Carriers will be liable in the event of a death of, injury or other damage to, or as a result of delay in the transportation of such animal. Unless a higher value
is declared by Shipper on the bill of lading at or prior to commencement of transportation of a Shipment, the Agreed Value for each animal in such Shipment shall be $2,000.00.

Beneficial Owner means any person who has an owership interest in any animal in a Shipment at the time the animal is loaded into Carrier’s Van and receives or expects to receive a benefit from the transportation of such Shipment.

Carrier means Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc. and each other carrier providing any part of the transportation of the Shipment.

Established Rate means the rate set forth in Carriers Rate Sheet, bill of lading, or other written notation applicable to a particular Shipment where each animal in the Shipment has an agreed value not to exceed $2,000.00.

Livestock means domesticated animals.

Ordinary Livestock means Livestock the transportation of which (if transported in interstate commerce) would be exempt from regulation by the Federal Highway Administration under 49 U.S.C. ss13506 (a)(6)(A).

Shipment means one or more animals tendered to Carrier on a single bill of lading for transportation from one or more origins to one or more destinations. If more than one bill of lading form is needed or as a matter of convenience is used to enable all animals comprising the Shipment to be
identified, then all such bill of lading forms shall comprise and be deemed a single bill of lading.

Shipper means the person requesting the Carrier’s services for a Shipment, all Beneficial Owners of each animal in such Shipment, and all other principals for whom the person is requesting the Carrier’s services for Shipment acts as agent in making such request.

Van means an motor vehicle, portion thereof or trailer including one or more stalls for the transportation of animals.

2.2 Rules of Constructions. As used in this document, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, words importing the singular include the plural, and vice versa; and words importing gender include all genders.

PART III - Carriers Responsibility and Limitation of Liability and Right to Receive Attorneys Fees

General Responsibilities of Carrier. The Carriers shall be responsible only for the actual transportation of the animal(s). The Carrier’s Established Rate does not include the loading, unloading, handling, feeing, watering and other care of the animal(s). Shipments may be accompanied by one or more attendants
provided by Shipper and it shall be the duty and responsibility of such attendants to care for, load, and unload the animal(s). The Carrier, its employees and agents are not liable for injuries or death occurring to animal(s) while said employees or agents assist in the loading or unloading of said animals. Shipper and/or the individual receiving said animal(s) shall indemnify the Carrier and its agents for damages to equipment and for injury or death to animal(s) resulting from negligence or willful misconduct on the part of the Shipper, the individual receiving such animal(s) or their agents. Furthermore, if Carrier’s agents or employees at the request of a Shipper or the one receiving said animal(s) assist in the loading or unloading of animal(s), the Shipper and/or the individual receiving said animal(s) shall indemnify the Carrier for damages to equipment and injuries or death to the animal(s) of the Shipper and/or receiver occurring in the connection therewith.

Limitation of Liability. Carrier’s maximum liability for the death of, injury or damage to, or delay in the transportation of any animal shall be the Agreed Value of such animal.

3.2.1 Shipper shall release and discharge Carrier from all liability from any cause whatsoever, unless such delay, injuries, or loss shall be caused by Carrier, or by the negligence of Carrier’s agents or employees, and in said event, Carrier shall be liable only to the extent of actual damages sustained, but in no event an amount greater than the Agreed Value of animal(s) in question.

3.2.2 Shipper shall declare the Agreed Value of each animal (which at Shipper’s option may be any value up to and including the full value of the animal) at or prior to commencement of transportation of the Shipment on the bill of lading under the column heading “AGREED VALUE OF EACH ANIMAL ($2,000.00 UNLESS DECLARED OTHERWISE)”.

3.2.3 If the Shipper fails to declines to agree to a value and specify same on the bill of lading, and fails to sign the bill of lading, the Shipment will not be accepted. If the Shipment is inadvertently accepted by Carrier without an Agreed Value stated or a signature by Shipper on the bill of lading, the Carrier’s maximum liability will be $2,000.00 per animal.

3.2.4 If the Shipper Individually or through it’s agent signs Carrier’s bill of lading but fails to state an Agreed Value on Carrier’s bill of lading for any animal at or prior to commencement of transportation, Carriers’s maximum liability for each such animal shall be $2,000.00.

3.2.5 The Agreed Value shall be deemed to relate to each animal separately and not the shipment as a whole.

3.2.6 If the Agreed Value declared by Shipper on the bill of lading does not exceed $2,000.00, Carrier’s charges for the shipment shall be based on Carrier’s Established Rate.

3.2.7 If the Agreed Value declared by Shipper on the bill of lading exceeds $2,000.00 Carrier’s charges for the Shipment shall be based on Carriers’ Established Rate plus an excess value charge of $1.55 for each $100.00 or fraction thereof of excess value per animal for each 100 miles or fraction thereof of distance from point of origin to point of destination as determined in accordance with Section 4.4 of these Terms and Conditions of Shipment (subject to a minimum excess value charge of $100.00 per animal).

Intermodal Air Shipments. Where Shipments are transported to a location for subsequent transportation by air carrier(s), the air carrier(s) and/or intermediaries such as air freight forwarders to which such Shipments are to be delivered may and customarily do require a prerequisite to their acceptance of a Shipment the execution of written agreements relating to the nature and the extent of their responsibilities. Such written agreements may include a release from or limitation of liability on the part of the air carrier(s)/intermediary(ies) or a requirement for declaration of the Shipment’s value establishing maximum liability of the air carrier(s)/intermediary(ies) for loss or delay of or injury to the Shipment. It is the Shipper’s responsibility in these circumstances to be knowledgeable of the contractual terms and conditions established by the air carrier(s)/intermediary(s) to which the Shippers’ Shipments are to be delivered by Carrier. Accordingly, where a shipment is tendered to and accepted by Carrier for transportation to a location for subsequent transportation by air carrier, unless otherwise indicated but he Shipper in writing on Carrier’s bill of lading, Shipper will be conclusively presumed know and to have assented to such contractual terms and conditions required by the Air Carrier(s)/intermediary(ies) to which Shipper has instructed the Shipment be delivered, and Carrier is authorized as the agent of Shipper to execute written agreements which contain such releases and liability limitations as may be required by such air carrier(s)/intermediary(ies) as a prerequisite to acceptance of the Shipment and, when a declaration of value of the Shipment is required by the air carrier(s)/intermediary(ies), to declare any value of the Shipment so long as such declared value si not lower than the value declared or agreed by the Shipper for the Shipment identified on Carrier’s bill of lading.

3.4 Should Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc. successfully defend itself in any legal action brought by a party with an interest in this shipment by limiting it’s liability to no more than its final offer of judgment made pursuant to F.R.C.P 68 or, if applicable, a state law offer of judgement , Morrissey’s Horse Pullmans, Inc. shall be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.

PART IV - General Terms and Conditions

Warranty of Shipper. Shipper individually or through Shipper’s agents warrants the animals are in all respects fit and suitable for the intended transportation.

Persons Bound. The provisions contained within these Terms and Conditions of Shipment and Carrier’s bill of lading shall enure to the benefit of and be binding of and be biding upon the parties hereto, all Beneficial Owners of the property identified herein, and all Carriers handling the Shipment or any part thereof and shall apply to any return or reconsignment of the Shipment The Shipper (including all Beneficial Owners of the Shipment) and each consignee shall be jointly and severally liability for payment of Carrier’s lawful charges.

U.S. Currency. Rates and charges are stated and payable in U.S. dollars and cents.

Determination of Mileage. Where Carrier’s rates are based on the number of miles an animal is transported, mileage shall be determined by Carrier using the most convenient mileage guide available. The actual number of miles traveled via the Carrier’s routing from origin to destination as determined by Carrier will apply unless the Shipper requests transportation via a longer route, in which event the number of miles via the route requested by Shipper shall apply.

Carrier Convenience / Interline Arrangements. Carrier makes no warranty, expressed or implied, any livestock will be transported on any particular schedule, will be loaded, delivered or transported at any particular time, on any particular equipment or by any particular Carrier. Carrier further retains the right, at it’s option, to deliver Shipper’s livestock to other individuals or entities for all or a portion of a trip, taking into consideration, without limitation, reduction or elimination of layover time and the costs and inconvenience to Shipper, or livestock.

Limitation of Service. The Carrier si not obligated to transport property for which it does not have suitable or sufficient equipment, nor to accept Shipments except as equipment is available.

Impractical/Unsafe Operations. Transportation service will not be performed where conditions of roadways, streets, alleys, or premises over which vehicles must operate are such that in Carriers’s judgement it is impractical or unsafe to operate. If at any time in the judgement of Carrier it is impractical or unsafe to deliver or to continue transporting a Shipment or any part thereof, Carrier shall make a reasonable effort to notify the Shipper, and upon notification Shipper may elect to reconsign the Shipment or affected after making a reasonable effort Carrier has been unable to provide notification to Shipper as contemplated by this Section 4.7 or if upon notification Shipper fails or declines to reconsign the Shipment or affected part thereof, the Shipment or affected part thereof shall thereupon be deemed to have been tendered for delivery and the provisions of Sections 4.18 of these Terms and Conditions of Shipments shall apply.

Cancellation of Service. When a request for service is placed by Shipper for transportation service, and, due to no fault of Carrier, the cancellation of such request for service is not made prior to Carrier’s dispatch of vehicle, a charge of $1.50 per mile (but in no event less than $40.00) will be assessed and computed from the point of dispatch to the point of origin and return to the point of dispatch.

Claims. Claims for loss or damage are governed by the provisions of 49 C.F.R. 370. Claims for duplicate payment and overcharges are governed by the provisions of 49 C.F.R 378. As a condition precedent to recovery, claims must be filed in writing with the receiving or delivering Carrier or Carrier issuing this bill of lading, or Carriers on whose line the loss, damage, injury, or delay occurred, or Carrier in possession of the property when a loss, damage, injury or delay occurred, within nine months after delivery of the property (or in the case of export traffic, within nine months after delivery to port of export) or, in the case of failure to make delivery, within nine months after a reasonable time for delivery has lapsed. Suits shall be instituted against any Carrier only within two years and one day from the day when the notice in writing is given by the Carrier to the claimant that the Carrier has disallowed the claim or any part or parts thereof specified in the notice. Where claims are not filed and suits are not instituted thereon in accordance with the foregoing provision, on Carrier hereunder shall be liable and such claims will not be paid.

Detention of Vehicle. When due to no disability, fault, or negligence on the part of the Carrier, the loading or unloading of animal(s) is delayed beyond one hour free time, a charge of $40.00 per Van, per hour or fraction thereof, will be assessed after expiration of the free time mentioned above.

4.10.1 The time shall begin to run upon notification by the driver to the Shipper’s ore receiver’s representative responsible for loading or unloading and shall end upon completion of loading or unloading and receipt by the driver of the signed bill of lading.

4.10.2 This Section 4.10 shall to apply to horses shipped between thoroughbred race tracks for racing purposes at times when races are scheduled.

4.10.3 This Section 4.10 shall not apply if the stand-by rates set forth in Section 4.16 are applicable.

Carriers’s Established Rate for Transportation. Carriers Established Rate includes transportation of livestock from points of origin to points of destination and does not include the loading or unloading of same unless while en route and for the best interests of the livestock. Carrier’s Established Rate also does not include any incidental charges deemed reasonable and necessary by Carrier related to the shipment including, but not limited to, costs for veterinarian services, hospital and medical-related expenses and layover charges, said costs being in addition to Carrier’s Established Rate.

Bill of Lading. When animals are transported subject to the provisions of these Terms and Conditions of Shipment, the acceptance of the use of the Carrier’s bill of lading is required. The application of the rates established by Carrier is conditioned upon the use of such bill of lading.

Shipper’s Copy of Bill of Lading. Shipper, individually or through its agent, and Carrier agree if Shipper or Shipper’s agent does not receive a copy of the bill of lading at point of the Shipment’s origin, Carrier will provide a copy of the bill of lading to Shipper or Shipper’s agent at final destination or mail it to Shipper or Shipper’s agent after the delivery, upon receipt by Carrier of Shipper or Shipper’s agent’s written request to do so.

Conduct and Condition of Animals. Shipper agrees Carrier shall not be responsible of the conduct or acts of the animals to themselves or to each other such as biting, kicking, goring, or smothering, nor for loss or damage arising from the condition of the animals themselves, or which results from their nature or propensities, which risks are assumed by shipper.

Import/Export Costs. Where import regulations of the country/state/province of the destination or any intermediate country/state/province require certificate(s) relating tot he health of the animal(s), the cost of any necessary veterinary expense shall be borne by the Shipper and is not included in Carrier’s Established Rate. All other charges incidental to international border crossings including user fees shall e bored by Shipper and are likewise not included in Carrier’s Established Rate. All duties, taxes, imports or levies of any kind payable at the port of destination or any intermediate port, any expenses property incurred in relation to the animals after arrival at the port of destination before delivery to the one receiving animal(s) are payable by the one receiving the animal(s) by the Shipper shall indemnify the Carrier against any such payments which the Carrier shall be required or deem it necessary to make.

Standby Rates. When Carrier is required by actions or inactions of Shipper or Shipper’s agent to delay overnight the departure of a Shipment due to no fault of Carrier, standby rates shall apply. Standby rates shall be equivalent of applicable driver pay and necessary subsistence, and shall be in addition to all other rates applicable to this shipment.

Rejected Shipments. If, for any reason nor ascribable to the Carrier, a Shipment is rejected, it may be returned to the point of origin upon order of the Shipper. The rate on the return movement will be that provided by Section 5.2 entitled “Exclusive Use of Vehicle” as set forth in these Terms and Conditions of Shipment.

Redelivery. If a Shipment or part thereof is tendered for delivery and delivery cannot be accomplished through no fault of the Carrier, the Shipment or applicable part thereof and tack associated therewith will be left at the nearest available facility acceptable to Carrier. No further effort will be made to effect delivery, except on request and at the charge provided in Sections 5.2 entitled “Exclusive Use of Vehicle” for the actual distance traveled. All storage, feed and stable facility charges must be paid by the Shipper.

Credit Terms. Following presentation of a billing statement from Carrier, the person responsible for payment of such charges shall have a credit period of thirty (30) days in which to make the payment. Accounts unpaid as of the expiration of the credit period shall be subject to a service charge of one and one-half percent per month or fraction thereof (18 percent annum) on the unpaid account balance with the day following the last day of such credit period.

Carrier’s Right to Sell Animals. Upon arrival of the animal(s) and paraphernalia at destination, unless prior credit arrangements are made, Shipper or the person who is to receive said animal(s) shall forthwith receive said animal(s) and paraphernalia and pay the charges due, of not prepaid. If Shipper or the person to receive said animal(s) fails or refuses to duly receive said animal(s) and paraphernalia and pay charges due, Carrier or a connecting Carrier having said animal(s) and paraphernalia in its charge, may, as agent of Shipper, have said animal(s) and paraphernalia provided for in some suitable place at the cost and risk of the shipper, and be subject to a lien for all freight another lawful charges including a reasonable charge for storage. Carrier may at any time or times thereafter sells aid animal(s) and/or paraphernalia or any number of them, at public or private sale, with or without notice, as Carrier may deem necessary, and apply the proceeds arising therefrom, or so much as may be needed for the payment of any charges that may be due Carrier plus any other necessary costs and expenses.

Collection Costs. In the event Shipper’s account is turned over by Carrier for collection, Shipper and Beneficial Owner agree to pay all collection and court costs, legal interest, and reasonable attorney fees.

Severability. In the event any part, protein, term or condition of Carrier’s bill of lading or these Terms and Conditions of Shipment shall be held to be held unenforceable, the remaining parts, portions, terms or conditions thereof shall nevertheless continue to be valid and enforceable as though the invalid or unenforceable part, portion, term or condition had not been included.

PART V - Special Services

Loading in Excess of Capacity. Where the Shipper at Shipper’s own risk deems it necessary to ship a number of animals (other than thoroughbred or standard bred racehorses) which exceed normal van capacity and the bill of lading is stamped or so marked, Shipper may obtain such service.

Exclusive Use of Van. When at the request of the Shipper a Van is used exclusively for the transportation of a Shipment provided by Shipper, the provisions of the Sections 5.2 will apply.

5.2.1 When a Van of Six (6) horses or less capacity (capacity to be determined by Carrier) is ordered and used, the minimum charge shall be that for four (4) horses.

5.2.2 When a Van of more than nine (9) to fifteen (15) horses (capacity to be determined by Carrier) is ordered and used, the minimum charge shall be that for nine (9) horses.

5.2.3 If Carrier is unable to furnish a Van of capacity ordered and furnishes a larger Van, the minimum charge shall e that fixed for the Van ordered except that when loading exceeds the capacity of the Van ordered, the minimum charge shall be that fixed for the Van furnished.

5.2.4 If the Shipper, or the Carrier with the Shipper’s approval, solicits additional horses to be transported with the original shipment, the rate for the exclusive use of the Van may be prorated among/between the Shippers or Beneficial Owners.

Reconsignment or Diversion. At the request of Shipper, Carrier will attempt to accomplish reconsignment or diversion of any Shipment unless deemed impractical by Carrier, subject to the following provisions:

5.3.1 Reconsignment or diversion will include any or all the following: Change in name of one receiving animal(s); change in address of one receiving animal(s); or change in destination of Shipment.

5.3.2 Carrier’s charges to Shipper requesting reconsignment or diversion will be based upon the distance from point of origin via the point or points of reconsignment or diversion to final destination, plus a charge of $40.00 for each reconsignment or diversion.

5.3.3 The party requesting reconsignment or diversion shall be responsible for all communication expenses incurred by Carrier in an attempt to effect a reconsignment or diversion, regardless whether Carrier’s efforts are successful.

5.3.4 When change in destination of the Shipment is involved, the new point of destination must be within the scope of Carrier’s operations as set for the in Section 1.1.

Requirement for Box Stall. Should the Shipper or the Carrier deem it necessary for an animal to occupy a box stall, a box stall being defined as a stall the entire width of the van (approximately seven feet wide by six feet deep) the Established Rate for one animal will be tripled. One mare and foal will be subject to a minimum charge of three times the Established Rate for one horse. Where the Carrier provides one or more box stalls solely for the Carrier’s own convenience without regard to the particular requirements of such animal and without request of the Shipper, the provisions of the Sections 5.4 shall not apply.

Stopping in Transit. A Shipment moving on one bill of lading from one point of origin at one time to one destination may be stopped in transit at any point or place for the purpose of partial loading or unloading of animals or retrieval of documents, tack, pets, paraphernalia, etc., subject to the following provisions:

5.1.1 The bill of lading must show the point or points at which the Shipment is to be stopped for partial loading or unloading together with a complete description of the animals to be loaded or unloaded at each point and the name and address of the party to whom each animal is to be delivered. If delivery is made to more that one address in the same city, town or village, each delivery will be considered a separate stop in the application of the section.

5.5.2 The substitution of animals other than those animals originally loaded or the exchange of contents of the load in any manner is prohibited.


5.6.1 In consideration of attendant’s request for transportation without charge in the body of the vehicle wherein animals are transported, said animals being under the full care of the undersigned, the attendant agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold Carrier harmless from any and all loss, cost, claim, expense, cause of action, loss of use and liability by reason of injury (including death) to persons or damage to property arising out of the use, operation, maintenance or control of cargo or motor vehicle equipment the attendant my have against Carrier, it’s agents, employees, officers, successors and assigns. Further, each of the attendants agrees to assume all risk of injury to himself/herself while being transported.

5.6.2 Costs for attendants provided by Carrier accompanying and caring for Shipper’s animal(s) will be passed on to Shipper.

Indemnification of Carrier. The Shipper personally and where applicable his/her agent shall indemnify and save harmless the carrier from any and all claims, liabilities and demands of any and every nature arising out of any personal injury or death, or loss or damage of any and every kind or nature sustained by an attendant or attendants requested or supplied by shipper or shipper’s agent while in, upon or about the van of the carrier or incurred while acting as attendant for the aforementioned animals.

Mascots and Stable Equipment. Carrier’s Established Rate also includes the transportation without additional charge of:

(a) Note more than two ordinary pets or mascots for each animal in the Shipment.

(b) Stable equipment consisting of anvils, blankets, boxes, feed, halters, harness, riding tack, saddles, tools and equipment not otherwise specified, not to exceed 400 pounds per animal.

5.7.1 Stable equipment exceeding the above-mentioned limits, and/or exceeding the vehicle’s tack accommodation will be transported where stall space is available. Shipper agrees to pay the applicable rate for the stall space used with a minimum of one stall space.

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M.C. # 109502
Fully licensed and insured.
Weekly trips to Kentucky from all points East.

Local vanning and info:

a.) Gould Brittle, Agent in Virginia
Home and Fax: (540) 363-3163
Mobile: (540) 270-6102

b.) Thom Peavy, Agent in Kentucky
Home and Fax: (502) 570-9200
Mobile: (859) 983-2473

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