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[RC] Trailer Advise - Don Huston

Hello Alisanne,
I have pulled many trailers but I like a gooseneck best because it will not sway back and forth like a bumper pull. I like a slant load because you can walk in with each horse, tie'em, close the partition, walk in the next, etc. without needing an escape door. I would get a small living quarters right away if you can afford it cause you will be much more comfortable. I bought a TrailsWest because it seemed very well made, rubber on the floor, walls, rear door, very solid divider (2 horse), 25gal water tank, thick epoxy paint, lots of lights, 4 wheel electric brakes, add a high-tie of some kind on each side and you are set. These babies are heavy (8000lbs with 2 horses and gear for my trailer) so you need a heavy duty truck. Good Luck


Don Huston


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