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RC: stock-type or enclosed w/ drop-down windows
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- Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 14:04:07 -0800
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I am about to buy a new trailer (and I'm quite excited about the prospect
<vbg>). I am planning to buy a two-horse, gooseneck, slant-load. I am
debating between a stock-type trailer (I would add a divider), with
plexiglass inserts on the head side of the trailer to use in really bad
weather, or an enclosed trailer with drop-down windows. As far as I know
so far, the advantage of the stock-type is that they are a little less
expensive and they are well-ventilated. The enclosed trailer has the
advantages that you can feed and water without taking the horses out and
you can really close the trailer up. Since I live in northern CA, I assume
I woould only do this when the horses were not in the trailer, and I just
wanted to keep the elements out. Are there other considerations I should
be thinking of?
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