The partners of EquiJet have been well established in the competitive horse world for more than 20 years and have been in the import and export business for more than 15 years. With lifetime passions for riding, training and taking care of horses, our expertise and knowledge of the nuances of equine travel are unparalleled in the business.
EquiJet understands that comprehensive and clear logistical solutions to your shipping needs are of the utmost importance and will ensure that your horses are headed to their final destination with the proper documentation, safely and on time.
We are horse people first, dedicated to the wellbeing of your horse in transit and to its destination in top condition. Our top priorities in shipping your horses are safety and service, and we are absolutely committed to professionalism, detail and timeliness.
With offices in Europe and the U.S., EquiJet offers flawless coordination for horses traveling the world, and our staff ensures the wellbeing of your horse in transit until its arrival in the US.
Due to EquiJet's extensive network, any domestic flight can be built around your schedule, and we can arrange all ground transport in conjunction with your flight. Door to door has never been easier!
Our standard scheduled horse flights go weekly into and out of major U.S. airports. Internationally we fly into all USDA-approved airports and out of additional airports upon request.
Wellington, Fla. – Mar. 5, 2021 – The recent outbreak of the EHV-1 virus in Europe has raised concerns among equestrians worldwide about the safety of their horses while at large competitions. The transportation of equines during this time is crucial to controlling a potentially dangerous outbreak. At this time, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that transportation requirements and testing procedures for equine import have not changed. You can access t
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently shared some guidance regarding the updated protocols on equine testing during import quarantine. These protocols, referred to formally as VS Guidance 13407.2 Testing of Equidae During Import Quarantine, will apply and be enforced at all import quarantine facilities as of January 25, 2021. What do these protocols entail? According to the USDA, the protocols are outlined as follows: Imported horses must test negative to official tes
The 2020 EquiJet $7,500 U25 Championship at Angelstone Tournaments has come to a close! Following three rounds of exciting competition, Mathieu Michot and Bretzelle D’Arthenay were named as the 2020 victors thanks to two top-three placings that pushed them to the top of the leaderboard.