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Re: Horsetrailer wanted with living quarters

Nancy, mine is not a new trailer (its an '84), but we just put our LQ rig on
consignment at Santa Ynez Trailers in Buellton, CA.  If your friend wants
all the bells and whistles, here are some of the details of what's on it/in
it:  it's a 3-horse slant, 6' mid-tack, 12' living quarters, 4.0 KW Onan LPG
generator with remote start, hydraulic lift, A/C, microwave, furnace,
4-burner cooktop, frig (I think 6 c.f, but not positive) w/ freezer, oven,
full size bathroom w/ step-in shower, vanity, stainless steel sinks and
closet, queen size bed in the goose neck, dinette table for four that
converts to another bed.  All the stuff for external hook-ups.  The
freshwater tank is 45 gallons, black water and grey water tanks are 30
gallons each.  There's a hot water heater, plus an outside spigot to fill
buckets and an auxiliary shower on the outside plumbed to the hot water so
you can give your horse a warm bath after a ride.  Tons of outside lights
for tacking up in the dark, lights in the horse compartment, ramp lights,
lights in the tack room and over the genny compartment.  All the applicable
appliances are LPG, and there is a 36 gallon LPG tank in the tack room.  It
was custom built by Competitive (they usually build trailers for race cars)
and is steel frame with an aluminum skin.  It has a custom Imron paint job
(dark grey with maroon roof and stripes), new interior carpet and is really
in excellent condition.  Everything works, we just had all of the wiring
re-done and updated, plus added four deep-cell gel marine batteries to the
LQ compartment (plus another isolated marine battery servicing the
generator).  It's 8' wide, 39' long and has a 7'7" ceiling height
throughout.  The asking price is $19,500.  We got a quote last year to see
what it would cost to replace this with a comparable new rig and the price
was astronomical.  The ONLY reason I'm selling it is because I'll be in vet
school for the next four years, won't be going to endurance rides and
there's no point in having it just sit there unused.

Let me know if your friend or anyone else wants more info.

Susan Garlinghouse
-----Original Message-----
From: Nancy DuPont <>
To: <>
Cc: <>
Date: Monday, July 19, 1999 11:18 PM
Subject: RC: Horsetrailer wanted with living quarters

>My friend, Georgia here in Alamo California is desperately looking for a
>trailer to buy.  She just found one for$27,000 and before she could buy it,
>it was sold to someone else.  She prefers a 1996 or newer model.  Gooseneck
>and at least two horse.  Extras count and good condition is important.
>Anyone have a three horse gooseneck with living quarters?  Looking for a
>horse to downsize?  Let us know asap. Thanks.  Reply to
> or call her at 925-831-9358
>Nancy DuPont, Executive Director
>Heritage Trails
>1350 Castle Rock Road
>Walnut Creek, CA 94598
>Our Mission: To preserve and protect trails and answer the question, "Where
>are you going to ride your horses, and where are you going to keep them."
>Telephone (925)937-7661 FAX (925) 943-7431
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