Equestrian Legacy Radio’s SADDLE UP AMERICA!
Gary Holt and co-host Tina Mae Weber visit with Eva Rener Ward of HydraHorse, LLC to learn more about a revolutionary portable Watering System for your horse.
We would like to welcome NRS Trailers to the list of official HydraHorse dealers. Located in Decatur, TX, NRS Trailers is one of the most well-known dealerships in the industry. According to their website, they own, “over 8 acres of in-stock inventory including luxury living quarters trailers, horse trailers, stock trailers, flat bed trailers, cargo trailers and now it even includes NRS RV World with motor-homes, campers and travel trailers.”
Not only is their staff knowledgeable about their products, their staff is also experienced in the equine and outdoor lifestyles. They are sure to meet your trailer needs. NRS Trailers services a wide variety of customers including 18-time World Champion Cowboy Trevor Brazille.
“With the selection of a big city dealership and the service of a small town business, NRS Trailers treats all of their customers like champions.” –NRSTrailers.com
Already have a trailer? Not a problem. HydraHorse can still be purchased at NRS Trailers and retrofitted to fit your trailer’s needs. Be sure to check out our warranty specifics or contact us with any questions and/or concerns.
155 CR 4228
Decatur, TX 76234
We would like to welcome Coast to Coast Truck and Trailer Sales to the list of official HydraHorse dealers. Located in Ocala, FL, Coast to Coast is your go-to truck and trailer dealership for Florida and South Georgia horse lovers. They offer new and used trailers, and offer custom build-in applications. With a knowledgeable staff, and full-service department, Coast to Coast Truck and Trailer Sales and can meet your needs! Still have questions? Feel free to stop by and view our promotional video to see how the HydraHorse system works.
Already have a trailer? Not a problem. HydraHorse can still be purchased at Coast to Coast Truck and Trailer Sales and retrofitted to fit your trailer’s needs. Be sure to check out our warranty specifics or contact us with any questions or concerns.
Coast to Coast Truck and Trailer Sales
Heather Smith Thomas
June 3, 1988
Published in “The Chronicle of the Horse”
An athlete sweats when he exerts. Working muscles produce heat as one of the by-products of energy production. Sweating is one way to “keep the engine cool” and make sure the horse’s temperature stays within healthy limits. In order to restore fluid lost through sweating, the horse must increase his water intake to combat hydration – loss of fluids and minerals.