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Trailer experiment

O.K. guys I have an idea to throw out. I've got to decide on a new
trailer. I'm kind of forget the 3 horse slant aluminum idea. 
I'm considering going up from a 2 horse to a gooseneck. I'm considering
one that is open stock in the back, but would be roomy for 3 horses slant
style.  The thing is I've never had a stock or wanted one. I like the
idea of the horses being seperated. I have a fear of a kicking dual going
down the highway. I occasionally haul horses my horse isn't buddies
with...but *usually* there would be one or two. I know they claim horses
are happiest in a stock...also the stock would convert to living quarters
for family better once we get to the ride... so, here's the idea. I've
been looking at the stall guard (race track type) that is in my barn.
(gift from cousin who got out of racing and my daughter put it up to
pretend her pony's a race horse).  Is is make a sort of collapsable,
storable, partition for an open stock? I'm picturing something like a
stall guard that could be snapped at each end making an "instant slant
load" if I hauled horses that don't know each other so well... Is this
crazy? Unnecessary? Ideas?

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