They Shipped to Aiken in Style!!

Stadium International Trucks, an official US distributor of THEAULT Horse Boxes, is proud to support Boyd and Silvia Martin!
Boyd and Silva are thrilled to be driving their new THEAULT Morpheus, which provides safe, compact and comfortable transportation for 2 horses with a cabin that can be conformed to either day or night living. Horses travel rear facing in the Morpheus which has proven to be less stressful and they love the convenience of a hauling vehicle which doesn’t require daily hook up. They find the interior to be very luxurious and every amenity has been very well thought out. They viewed the horses on the monitor as they shipped down to Aiken & the horses shipped perfectly. The cab chasis is so powerful that they were able to hook up their 2 horse trailer to the back and haul 4 from Cochranville to Aiken in style!!
Established in 1924 by Emile Theault in the Normandy town of Avranches, the company began life as a constructor of horse drawn carriages, livestock carriers and delivery trucks. With Normandy being in the heart of France’s Horse country, Theault’s focus turned to Horse transportation and in the 1950’s the company chose to specialize entirely in this field. 
In 1961 THEAULT produced the first ever compact 2-stall rear-facing horse van, a design template for which has influenced many other aspiring manufacturers. With an evolving reputation for innovation and quality, THEAULT quickly secured their place as pioneers in the design and development of horse vans, which is seen today in THEAULT’s international distribution throughout the World.
In 1998 THEAULT produced the first rear facing aluminum van, providing a more economical and durable vehicle with improvements such as sliding rail partitions, quick release breast bars and crash tested bulkheads. This quality and attention to detail has helped capture business from Olympic riders, Champion racehorse trainers, professional horse transporters, Police forces and even Armies throughout the world. In 2010, THEAULT built a fleet of ten 9-stall trucks for Dubai’s magnificent Meydan project! 
Stadium International Trucks, an official distributor of THEAULT vans in the USA, has been in business for over 28 years selling International, Hino, Mitsubishi and Ottawa Trucks. Stadium’s desire to continue their product line growth resulted in the acquisition of a Theault franchise in 2011, and they are excited to bring THEAULT’s unrivaled history of high quality and safety conscious horse transportation to the United States. 
For more information on THEAULT vans, please visit their website.
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  1. After all monies generated by the TP fire tragedy, not really interested in what you blow it on

  2. Please understand that this vehicle is owned by the sponsor and was not purchased by the Martins.

  3. Anonymous who posted the ridiculous comment about the fire tragedy, you’re aweful. Don’t even enter this site with your negativity. The generous donations don’t come with caviots, nor should they. Boyd and Silva can rebuild however they see fit, that is their business, not yours. Boys and Silva, Have fun with the new truck – wishing I had one 🙂
    Huge fan – Amy

  4. To ANON>>>When you give a gift, it is a gift, let go you need to rethink how you view the world…you will not go far with that attitude…
    And they are winning, therefore they get the bennies…that is how it works….
    The fact that you will not use your name means coward…sad life for you

  5. “Blow it on”…seeing that the HOURS that have totaled to days eventers spend on the road…the least we can do to protect ourselves and the horses is have reliable ways of getting them to the sporting events…THINK people..its ESSENTIAL. not a extra Luxury. YAY for silva n boyd May you and your Classy Horses travel in Safety and Style!

  6. What an awesome sponsor! We saw these at WEG 2010, and they definitely looked like a nice investment. I wonder, though, if you need a CDL to drive it? I’m not sure of all the DOT laws…

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