About Mainland Coachwork
Manufacturer of Horse Coaches and Floats
From simple Floats to Luxurious Horse Palaces
Mainland Coachwork Limited is a successful and creative manufacturer of Horse Coaches and Horse Floats based in Canterbury, New Zealand. While our business may be situated in the small Mid Canterbury town of Ashburton, our products have been delivered around New Zealand.
Proprietors Rodney Greaney and Paul Chapman together have over 35 years’ experience in the Coach Building trade. Paul has worked over 15 years for a local bus and motorhome repair business. Rodney is a qualified Coach Builder, manufacturing replica D-type and E-type Jaguar racing cars in the early years, then buses and now Horse Trucks / Coaches and Horse Floats.
The passionate, high calibre team pride themselves on exceptional workmanship, building on time and on budget and enjoy forming strong friendships with those they build Horse Coaches and Floats for. When you deal with Mainland Coachwork your new Horse Coach or Horse Float will be built to suit your individual needs (no run of the mill here!) and will be built to the highest quality from New Zealand sourced products.
So, whether you’re after a simple Horse Float or a luxurious Horse Palace (fit for the whole family), give the good guys at Mainland Coachwork a call. You’ll be glad you did!
Our product range
Mainland Coachwork Executive Series Horse Coach delivers quality, supreme luxury, and uncompromising attention to detail in both the living and horse areas, it is truly a palace-on-wheels. Designed to comfortable carry 4 – 6 horses.
Mainland Huntsman Series, our mid-range three axle horse coach designed to comfortably carry 3-6 horses with stylish living area, built for practicality without compromising on our exceptional attention to detail.
Mainlander Series 2 axle horse coach designed to comfortably carry 2-3 horses. This is the perfect entry level box to allow you to take your horses away and compete then in the evening close the doors and enjoy your oasis after a long day competing