horsebox


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horsebox

Brit a van or trailer used for carrying horses
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A TRAINERS' competition that starts on Sunday will result in someone driving home from Listowel's Harvest festival in a new horsebox.
What nobody knew was that a would-be migrant was risking his life by hitching a lift on the horsebox chassis.
A spokesman for Cleveland Police said: "The accident involved a motorbike and a Ford Transit van carrying a horsebox.
Thieves stole the horsebox from Waterford Farm, Langley Park, near Durham, before causing thousands of pounds worth of damage to a patrol car.
The range was further extended with the firm's Endeavour 7.5-tonne horsebox capable of transporting three animals with full living accommodation and room for all the equipment required.
A police patrol had seen the horsebox drift into an outside lane forcing two other cars to veer away from her.
He said: "Everybody who works on the trailers or the horsebox has a real incentive to concentrate on quality and take ownership of what they've built.
The accolade was bestowed on Ifor Williams Trailers (IWT) which launched the horsebox last year to coincide with the company's 50th anniversary.
But she escaped from her cat box, slipped out of the horsebox and vanished.
With traffic backing up, police and RSPCA officers abandoned the horsebox rescue and reopened the road.
There were 100 tickets in the bag with Aidan O'Brien's name on 35 of them, but it was one of Mullins' cards that was pulled out and he was rewarded with the keys to an EquiTrek Sonic horsebox from the Finlay Motor Group.
Sam Ecroyd, an equine apprentice with Coleg Cambria at the Northop site, started at the College aged 16 through Boss Horseboxes, a family run horsebox manufacturer based in Flintshire.