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That's pretty funny. When I was hauling cattle several years ago, it was not uncommon to see, btween Amarillo and Ft. Worth, Vietnamese people hauling pigs in the back seat of theirs cars, taking them to kin folks down south.
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P.J: you would be the next one to have to sit in the back. I doubt the horse was potty trained!!! Birdtracker
 

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I've seen lots of ponies/minatures hauled in this kind of manor. You'd never be able to fit a horse in the back like that due to their size.

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When I was a kid, I had a couple of buddies that got into the hog raising business, and needed something to haul the hogs to the buying station, they bought an old school bus and took out the seats, it worked pretty good until they tried to haul some old sows in, the "fence" they built to keep the hogs behind the driver wasn't stong enough for the big sows, I helped them haul them in, two of us were trying to shove the sows back as the third drove the bus.

We did make it, but wasn't sure who won the war
 
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