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Re: [RC] riding buddy problem: Rene - A. Perez

 Rene: I know how it goes.  I ride mostly alone as the gal I
rode with and I just had too many differences.  I don't mind
riding with her occasionally, but I am glad I am not dependent
on her for transportation.  Fortunately I can ride to great
trails, and I finally broke down and bought a trailer: a
Brenderup Solo that I can pull easily with my Ford Ranger (can
also be pulled by many cars - yes, cars!  I met one person who
pulls her solo with a Volvo sedan).  Yes, they are pricey ( six
grand for a one horse trailer) - but not when compared to the
cost of a new truck capable of pulling a conventional trailer. 
And they hold their value very well, so when and if I decide to
move up to a two horse, I am confident I'll get a good price for
my Solo.

  So far I have only trailered my horse once with it, but have
done tons of furniture and brush hauling with it, and it tows
like a dream.  

  Don't mean to sound like a Brenderup ad, but it is the only
way I could swing buying a trailer, and I am thrilled with it:
you might check them out.

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