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Re: [RC] trailers - Beth Walker

I've heard this too. However, I've always wondered if they would "reslant" themselves periodically on a long trip, to face the other way.

I've also often wondered whether being free in a box trailer would give more opportunity to bounce around more, and make driving a lot more difficult. I know that, just from driving a horse (fortunately not mine) that shifted around a lot, they can cause the tow vehicle to jerk on you.

On Mar 18, 2008, at 9:32 AM, rnbianchi wrote:

My understanding and experience is that if you let a horse stand free in an open box trailer they will slant load themselves.


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