England to Australia transport reaches for the sky with opening of new quarantine facility
Flying horses across the world has improved dramatically over time, but it remains a highly specialised field. Horses can’t check in online (well, not yet anyway) and, unlike humans, have to undergo a period of quarantine.
The responsibility of caring for and ensuring the safe delivery of horses from A to B should only be entrusted to those with a good track record.
That’s where Equine International Airfreight (EIAF) comes in. EIAF has established a consid-erable hoof print on global transport in recent years and has now taken another massive stride forward with the announcement that it is opening a new quarantine facility in England. Based at Newmarket – the heart of horse country – Blackhorse Farm is spread over 30 acres of lovely, pastured land with modern stabling, safe fencing (Diamond Mesh), turn out paddocks, a horse walker and lunging ring, outdoor dressage arena, veterinary facilities and isolation stables. Managed by well known and highly respected horseperson, Leanne Needham, Blackhorse Farm is an Australian Government approved quarantine facility and will present owners with a professional and competitive option to transport horses from the United Kingdom to Australia.