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There are a range of horse float manufacturers out there and it can be confusing to decide which ones to go for. The first step is to consider your own needs before you look through the different brands. How many bays do you need, what is your budget, how heavy can your car tow etc. Some areas to consider include: water tank availability, saddle and bridle hooks, centre divider material, rug rack, bay length, measurements to fit large horses, electric brakes, chest bars, front tack box, led lights, breakaway system, extended straight load, internal height, roof vents and swing out tack box

We have spoken to previous customers and compared the top 9 most popular horse float brands for sale in Australia. See the list of the top Australian Horse Float Distributors below.

IMPERIAL HORSE FLOATS

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 Most Known For: Current market leader in Australia. Makes affordable horse floats that lasts with a simple design.
Price Range:  From $10,999 and up
Previous Customer Review:
I have a 4 horse angle imperial converted to living nearly 10 years old. NEVER had a problem with it or the service and it has been used a lot. It's now towing horses 17hh plus!
Where To Buy: Find your dealer here http://imperialfloats.com.au/
Our Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

 

PINNACLE HORSE FLOATS

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Most Known For: Quality floats, Australia wide delivery. Lots of different sizes/models.
Price Range: $14,200 - $51,500
Previous Customer Review:
I looked at them at last Equitana and they look good but have found them to be terrible customer service with my questions and they won't tailor them at all (ie I wanted a 4 horse gooseneck bit for 3 large horses and they said they won't make them like that they only come as they are). However the quality of their floats are superior, just the customer service that's lacking. I am very happy with mine once I received it.
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at https://www.pinnaclehorsefloats.com.au/
Our Rating: 3 out 5 stars

 

ROWVILLE HORSE TRAILERS

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 Most Known For: Australian made horse floats that are built to last.
Price Range:
Previous Customer Review:
I have a 2007 Rowville and have not had an issue with it at all. Great bay size, great to tow and horses travel well in it. It will last forever if you look after it. They are a bit more pricey though.
Where To Buy: Find a dealer at http://rhta.com.au/
Our Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

 

DISCOVERY FLOATS 

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 Most Known For: Popular east coast manufacturer. Australian made floats. Superior quality (that you do pay a bit extra for).
Price Range: from $21,990 and up
Previous Customer Review:
Can not recommend Discovery Float highly enough if attention to detail, quality product and excellent customer service are important to you. I contacted a number of ‘reputable’ Float companies and some of them never bothered to send me through a quote. Discovery phoned me as well as sending me back a detailed email with all of our options and were willing to try new ideas for our dream rig. They are a little bit more pricey but definitely worth it! Plus bays are very spacious and fit my big warmblood fine.
Where To Buy: Find a dealer at http://www.discoveryfloats.com.au/
Our Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

  

PEGASUS HORSE FLOATS

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Most Known For: Established family owned business that offers custom made options.
Price Range: From $12,008 and up
Previous Customer Review:
Love my Pegasus 2HAL, quite a heavy float but made to last forever! Mine is 9 years old and has no rust etc. Would buy another one in a heart beat 
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at http://www.pegasusfloats.com.au/
Our Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

 

KARA KAR TRAILERS

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Most Known For: Australian made quality floats with lots of different models.
Price Range: 
Previous Customer Review:
We use our Kara Kar on the farm and often the road heading out to the farm is dreadfully corrugated due to the trucks and other heavy equipment that share the road. The float doesn't miss a beat. The previous owner used to transport his horses up to the Pilbara in it, going along gravel roads and he had no problems with it.
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at http://www.karakar.com.au/
Our Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

 

CRIS FLOATS

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 Most Known For: Australian Horse Float manufacturer with a lightweight unique design. High-end quality and prices.
Price Range: $15,300 - $50,400
Previous Customer Review:
I have the Royal straight load. I ordered it direct from Victoria through Casey. They are fantastic floats and the customer service is top notch too. I got the swing out saddle rack and the water tank on the roof as extras. The bays are huge and the track box is massive. I'm extremely happy.
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at https://www.polyhorsefloats.com/
Our Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

 

OTTO TUZA

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Most Known For: Australian Horse float manufacturer, servicing the East Coast and South Australia. Servs most ranges of the market by offering both budget option floats and high-end quality angle loads and goosenecks.
Price Range:
Previous Customer Review:
I have an otto tuza. Used to have a three horse now have a four. A three horse angle then convert it to two. They are adjustable bays so you can can just change bay size depending on horse. Very happy with mine.
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at https://ottotuza.com.au/
Our Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

  

APACHE

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Most Known For: Family operated australian horse float manufacturer.
Price Range:
Previous Customer Review:
I've got a 3 year old Apache 2HSL our 16.2h fits easy, doesn't have the rug rack nor fold up beds though - get the extended if going apache. My float doesn't reverse as well as the extended shorter draw bar apparently. I am happy with it but have heard from other customers that have had a lot of issues with the quality.
Where To Buy: Find your dealer at https://www.apachefloats.com.au/
Our Rating: 3 out of 5 stars