Binders for Horse-Paper Organization

Stay organized on the road by keeping all necessary horse papers in a binder.

Leaving the binder in the console of your truck will help ensure you won’t forget important papers as you head down the road with your horse. Michaela Jaycox

Set up a binder for your horses, complete with a copy of each horse’s registration, up-to-date Coggins report and other health papers or certificates, and any additional necessary information about the horse. To avoid hole-punching these papers, slip them into sheet protectors—then when it comes time to put an updated paper in the binder, you don’t have to worry about finding a hole puncher. Having this information when traveling is important, so make sure the binder is always in your truck before you head out with one of your horses.

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