Originally Posted by danastark
I have a regular 3 horse slant and Cody uses the back 2 stalls, although he can't lift his head up tall. I have to save up some $ to afford a newer 3 horse warmblood size. My pony is going to look tiny!
Oh, another I just remembered because I'm worming today is, the wormer doesn't come in 1500 lb. Size so I save what is left over from my other two regular size horses and add that to Cody's wormer!
I would be careful with the warmblood sized trailers. They are bigger but that not significantly for the costs involved in getting one. If you have a hard to fit horse, as hard and difficult as it might on a trailer during trips, a straight load is what I would recommend. One that has the front opened up. You might have to sacrifice the tack room but I think you end up with a much nicer trailer.