Trailering

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Attitude Adjustments

If your trailer isn’t balanced, your horse’s soundness is at risk. Here are six expert ways to level your unbalanced trailer to help keep your horse safe on the road.

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Trailer Spruce-Up Tips

Here are five cheap-and-easy ideas to spruce up your horse trailer to keep it in working condition, make it comfortable for your horse, and retain its resale value.

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Equine Travel Togs

Here?s a rundown of six products designed to help keep your horse safe during travel.

Traveling safely with a weanling takes some preparation, but it is worth it to keep your baby safe. Journal photo.

Safe Travels with Baby

Think about horse health when you're preparing to haul your weanling. From America's Horse Daily.

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Post-Trailering TTouch for Your Horse

Post-Trailering TTouch for Your Horse by Linda Tellington-Jones. Here?s a TTouch you can perform after you trailer your horse to the trailhead to enhance his well-being before you ride.

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Take Caution at Wintry Intersections

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Quick Horse Trailer Clean Up

A few minutes caring for your horse trailer after a road trip can save you time and money later on.

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Trailer-Rental Tips

To buy or to rent? If you don?t haul your horse on a regular basis, renting a trailer rather than buying one, may be more within your budget. Here we help you decide if renting a trailer might be a good option for your hauling needs.

Before your next trailering excursion, learn the safety steps that will keep you and your horse safe as you load and unload from respected trainer and clinician Julie Goodnight. | Photo by Heidi Melocco

Trailer Load the Right Way

Safely load and unload your horse from the trailer with this seven-step technique from top trainer and clinician Julie Goodnight.

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Three Types of Trailer Hitch Systems

Whether you're new to towing horse trailers or thinking about making changes to your towing rig, it's useful to know the differences between trailer hitch systems.

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Tips for trailering your horse in summer

Keep your horse cool and comfortable during transport.

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Trailer Spruce-Up Tips

Try out these simple changes to boost your horse's comfort and your trailer's resale value.

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Used-Trailer Buying Checklist

Compare apples to apples when evaluating used trailers by working methodically through this checklist.

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Trailer-Loading Trouble

Successful trailer loading requires patience and time, according to our trio of experts.

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Getting Properly Hitched

The proper marriage of your trailer and truck revolves around understanding trailer hitches-and the important function they serve in the hauling process.

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Prevent Trailer Theft

Don't leave your rig at a trailhead without taking these proven trailer-theft-prevention steps from our panel of experts and on-the-go trail riders.

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Travelling with Horses

Learn how to travel safely with your horses with these trail and horse trailer tips.

According to the experts, straight-load and slant-load trailers each have their own advantages. | Photo courtesy of Featherlite Trailers

Choosing the Right Horse Trailer

Ready to hit the road with your horse? Choosing the right trailer and accessories is essential for smooth sailing. In this guide, we'll teach you about trailer construction, safety innovations and luxury living.

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Reforming a Horse Trailer Scrambler

You've done everything you can think of to prepare your horse for a long haul in the trailer. You've wrapped your horse's legs, stuffed the horse hay bags full, bedded the horse trailer, and brought along water from home. You've conducted a preflight check on tires, latches, hinges, and hangers. All's well as you head off for that distant show, trail ride, or clinic. Several hours into the journey, however, your horse suddenly starts scrambling in the trailer. You can feel the tug and sway of th

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Tow Vehicles for Horse Hauling

can be tacked onto each one of those statements.