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HORSE PAPERS, IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS
Scan your horse's registration papers, vet certificates, & other important documents to your smart phone using TurboScan. In most cases you must present hard copies of your documents, but this APP is a great tool for copying & storing them on your phone. Click on image to view or download.
Traveling in the winter with horses can be treacherous to say the least. We've complied some information that may be useful in putting together a basic Winter Travel Emergency Kit as well as an Equine Travel Kit.
Basic Winter Travel Truck Kit:
- Battery-powered radio and extra batteries (NOAA weather radio coverage)
- Flashlight and extra batteries
- Blankets or sleeping bags
- Booster cables for starting automobile
- Fire extinguisher (5 lb., A-B-C type)
- First aid kit and manual
- Bottled water
- Non-perishable high-energy foods, such as granola bars, raisins or peanut butter
- Compass or GPS and road maps
- Tire repair kit and pump
- Flares and/or reflective emergency triangles
- Extra dry clothing
- Sack of sand or kitty litter(for tire traction)
- Tow rope
- Pencil and paper
- Candles(even one lit candle can provide emergency heating)
- Cell phone (or at least quarters to make telephone calls at a pay phone)
- Red bandanna(tie to car antenna when help is needed)
* Information from NOAA Emergency Travel Site
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