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horsebox

Brit a van or trailer used for carrying horses
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As long as the thieves are successful they will continue to see horseboxes as an easy target, so we need to ensure their efforts are a waste of time.
It has also recently unveiled a device that will allow people to see, remotely, inside their horseboxes from inside their car or via an app on their smartphone.
Graham Purvis, a partner at Robson Laidler, said: "Underpaid tax relating to horseboxes may seem to be a mere drop in the ocean but HMRC is focusing its attention on these high value assets.
And she has now been backed by numerous MPs after she helped launch a petition to lobby the government over controversial legislation affecting people who drive horseboxes.
Previously it outsourced manufacture to other coachbuilders and has supplied more than one dozen horseboxes since its foundation two years ago.
In 1974 the Princess also passed her HGV test so she could drive horseboxes.
com/research/627616/2010_plimsoll_anal) has announced the addition of the "2010 Plimsoll Analysis - Horseboxes - A comprehensive profile of 39 companies operating in the UK market" report to their offering.
Once again Finlay Horseboxes, in association with Equi-Trek, are delighted to be sponsoring the 2015 trainers' competition," said Jonathan Donnelly of Equi-Trek.
Horseboxes made by Ifor Williams Trailers, Cynwyd, are being used to carry life-sized mechanical horses around the UK to encourage people to take up horse riding.
Singer Morrissey, above "I know, certainly, that when I finished my book Riders back in 1985, all sorts of people had double beds, quadruple beds, and probably octuple beds in their horseboxes.
Lightning 60 He damaged a tendon in a valuable race in Japan and had made two starts for Williams before the Equimark Horseboxes Premier Novices' Chase.
Managing director Raymond Janion said: "Equi-Trek horseboxes are becoming the preferred choice of many international champions, such as John Whitaker, Oliver Townend, Robert Smith and Para-Olympic champion Lee Pearson.