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Re: RC: Re: safe loading in a slant load

Well, If you had a rear tack that wall serves as a "divider". There should 
also then be a butt bar or chain behind.
I always found having "one huge door" on my old stock trailer a real pain 
for loading that last horse safely, especially with a full load.
Nancy Mitts

>From: Suzanne Mounts <>
But what about with
>the rear horse?  Assume I am loading two horses by myself.....  There is no
>divider to keep him in place.  Is there any alternative to tying him,
>stepping out of the trailer, going over to get that "huge" door, and then
>closing it?  Seems like that gives the rear horse a long time to think
>about "setting back" before I get him closed in.
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