it also can be in south east New York. Here are some trailers I like opinions plese expereance with that brand stuff like that and if you see online any adds for any close to my area tell me. 2003 Sundowner 727 - 2 Horse T
Tell me what ya think im not geting one soon I have to save up a lot of money $135 dollars so far but I need a new blow dryer for $35 and a closet oranizer system for $75 so it lives me with not a big fund at all yet.
The first trailer looks too short to have a dressing room.
And I don't like how the second trailer only has windows on the side in the horse area. That would not be good for ventilation and the horses could overheat in the summertime. My trailer has windows on the top doors on the back, long ones on both sides, windows on the 2 side escape doors in the horse compartment. It also has 4 in the dressing room and a window that opens between the horses and dressing room so the breeze from the front can pass through to the horses. So mine has 10 windows and too me it's just right, I would never go for less, it just gets too hot in their in the summer.
We have a three horse slant with a full tack and dressing/living quarters. It is a gooseneck though and it is perfect. The only problem is that if turned to sharply, it will bust out your cab windows, BUT bumper pulls get alot more sway when driving, so I will always have a goose neck!
Well, then I don't think you can get a trailer like you want, all my friends have two horse with a small tack and I think that is as big as you can get with a bumper pull. I think you can sacrifice tack space and get a three horse slant.