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    05-29-2011, 02:30 AM
Trailering Issues of a different sort.

Does anyone else have issues getting to horse shows, because their the only true horse person in the family? I can't be the only girl that isn't quit ready to drive a trailer on their own with this problem. If anyone can relate, you know how agonizing it is.
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    05-29-2011, 03:25 AM
I don't show, but I just went through a quite a bit of time scrambling to find a trailer to haul my mare 300 miles to the summer camp I work at because I don't have one of my own and I drive a Corolla that weighs only a few hundred pounds more than my horse herself. Haha. She arrived safely today and in August, I will have to do the same scrambling and hopefully get it worked out again.
    05-29-2011, 03:50 AM
I know how that feels to. I hate scrambling. Hope you find a trailer to haul her back :) I'v been thinking about buying my own one or two horse bumper pull + a truck, but that's a dream. Even a bigger dream of mine would be a two horse with a nice size living quarters, nothing fancy just piratical. Haha.

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