The Classic Company’s Gulfport, Miss., Jumper/Hunter Show starting from 7th March to 11th March will see Equine Motorcoach at the site. The all-in-one horse and RV transport will then be proceeding towards the West and will be seen in Houston at Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, starting from 21st of March to 1st of April in Texas.
The Equine Motorcoach principal and National dealer, Tom Stinnett said, “This provides us incredible chance to display all our models for the year 2012 in a totally new market.” “We also have a lot of interest in new customers and even have starting developing coaches for some new customers.”
According to the corporation, made-in-the-USA procedure of Equine Motorcoach has been given a chance for innovating with the first generation and new models.
Stinnett, who also is the possessor of Tom Stinnett Derby City Recreational Vehicle in Clarksville, Ind. Said those in modern times anything, is possible. “We also have engineered 2, 4 and 6-horse variants to meet the requirement of our customers’ stipulation and the coaches that we have reflects a lot of necessities and demands our customers have.”
The interiors of the coach comprise immensely roomy complete bath, numerous sleeping lodgings and complete kitchen. The transport area of the horse boasts European lean load pattern to deliver a comfy ride to the horses and air ride suspension.
The horse transport and recreational vehicle manufacturing company has also released a production model of their towable line. Advertized as the Equine Carriage, this line has been given an Equine Transport towing unit, which features living accommodations or the living accommodations could be created in Equine Carriage or together. This total line responds to the necessity of around 8 horses.