The Department of Homeland Security has declared that the transportation of live animals is essential and therefore permissible. All members are running at full capacity, while taking every safety precaution to ensure that our customers as well as our drivers remain safe and healthy. Drivers have been supplied with disinfectant, masks and gloves. We ask that customers wipe down ALL equipment with antibacterial wipes prior to loading, wear gloves during the loading process, and to maintain the social distancing recommendations to the best of their ability during the loading and unloading of your horses. We are doing everything possible to keep horses moving to their destinations as safely and efficiently as possible. We are all in this together – so let’s do everything within our power to keep everyone safe.
Thank you from all the NHCA members and their employees.The National Horse Carriers Association was founded in 1964, to encourage and promote high standards in the horse transportation industry.We presently have Members throughout the United States. Every member must meet the filing and insurance requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation and those of relevant states. Members must also meet strict safety standards set forth by the Department of Transportation (DOT), an agency that governs both vehicles and drivers. This knowledge provides you, as shipper or horse owner, with a large measure of confidence and peace of mind.
Board of Directors meeting Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 2:00 PM, General Membership meeting Monday, January 27, 2020 at 8:00 AM The meeting will be held at: Hallandale, FL at the Hollywood Beach Marriot.