Just a bit excited

Freedom knows what the trailer means — we’re going someplace fun. In the fall, that usually means hunting. Freedom is very keen about hunting. Although he rarely runs around his paddock on regular morning, hunt mornings can get quite exciting. I didn’t get video of him really letting loose. I was actually trying to slow […]

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An Open Letter to Drivers who aren’t horse people

This article appeared on http://www.thehorse.com. All of us who drive trailers hope that more people understood the physics of it. My pet peeve is the person who scoots out in front of me (cutting me off) because they are worried about being stuck behind a horse trailer. Why are so many drivers oblivious to the […]

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Watch out for other drivers!

I hate driving my trailer on the highway. It’s bad enough dealing with traffic in your car but when you horse is involved it’s truly nerve wracking. And it’s not your own driving that’s the problem – it’s everyone else. Here’s a terrible accident that luckily had a good ending. A woman in a van […]

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Maybe this will keep drivers from tailgating!

Here’s an update from the owner of the trailer and details on how to get your own version. What fun! That’s my trailer! A friend of ours does graphics for trucks and buses. I had this idea but it took a bit of thought. This trailer is a slant load with a tack locker in […]

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Do you feed hay in your trailer?

I’ve always shipped my horse with hay — and usually with either shavings or straw on the trailer floor. However, recently I was reading a forum post where several people indicated they did not trailer with either hay or shavings. The main reason was that hay and shavings can blow around while the trailer is […]

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