Towing and Trailering Safety


There’s been an excellent series of articles running in the Chronicle of the Horse on Trailering safety. Even experienced drivers should read this as we gear up for our competitive seasons.

I had a late start to my season and when I pulled out my trailer for the first time I discovered my sway bar connections were stiff with rust. Note to self: pulling on your sway bars with rotator cuff tendonitis is NOT a good idea!

Part 1: It’s all about the horse

Part 2: Emergencies on the road

Part 3: Choosing the right trailer

Part 4: Choosing the right tow vehicle

Part 5: Maintenance and emergency preparedness

Part 6: Plan your route and drive like a professional

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