SB 10.71.15

nṛ-vāji-kāñcana-śibikābhir acyutaṁ
 sahātmajāḥ patim anu su-vratā yayuḥ
varāmbarābharaṇa-vilepana-srajaḥ
 su-saṁvṛtā nṛbhir asi-carma-pāṇibhiḥ
Synonyms: 
nṛ — human; vāji — with powerful carriers; kāñcana — golden; śibikābhiḥ — with palanquins; acyutam — Lord Kṛṣṇa; saha-ātmajāḥ — along with their children; patim — their husband; anu — following; su-vratāḥ — His faithful wives; yayuḥ — went; vara — fine; ambara — whose clothes; ābharaṇa — ornaments; vilepana — fragrant oils and ointments; srajaḥ — and garlands; su — well; saṁvṛtāḥ — encompassed; nṛbhiḥ — by soldiers; asi — swords; carma — and shields; pāṇibhiḥ — in whose hands.
Translation: 
Lord Acyuta’s faithful wives, along with their children, followed the Lord on golden palanquins carried by powerful men. The queens were adorned with fine clothing, ornaments, fragrant oils and flower garlands, and they were surrounded on all sides by soldiers carrying swords and shields in their hands.
Purport: 

According to Śrīdhara Svāmī, the word vāji indicates that some of Lord Kṛṣṇa’s queens were transported by horse-drawn conveyances.