Power Cleaning my Trailer

Power Cleaning my Trailer

To get ready to ship Zelda to some hunts this fall, power cleaning my trailer was a priority. I park my trailer off the side of my driveway and, at times, it gets “Jumanjied” with vines springing up around it and moss growing on the sides and roof. Enter the power washer. This is a […]

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Keeping your Trailer Roadworthy

legal contract for trailer use

Saturday’s post talked about buying a trailer. Once you have one, your next task is taking care of it. After all, your horse’s safety depends on it! At least once a year, you should go over your trailer and do a safety check, although there are some things, like electrical and tire pressures, that you […]

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Scratching (or sandblasting) the seven year hitch

That’s hitch, not itch. In the past I’ve written about how choosing a weight distributing hitch with anti-sway bars can make your ride safer (Trailer safety: Choosing the right hitch). And I am a stickler for checking the trailer coupler, the tow ball, and the electrical system/brakes every time I tow. But I haven’t given […]

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