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post #1 of 2 Old 01-18-2013, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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The average length of a stall in a slant load

So I'm now looking at an Exiss 3h slant with a dressing room. The front stall is bigger but I'm more worried if my gelding will fit In the middle one, length wise. I know every brand of trailer will be a different width, length, etc.

When the dividers are closed the middle stall is 115 inches when measured diagonally where there head would go to there tail. It was also 34 inches wide. Do you think this would fit a 1200 stockyish Qh type horse? He's 15/15.1hh and He wears a 78 blanket if that helps.

Also the whole trailer is 18 feet long, 7 feet tall and 6'8 wide.
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We have a 3h slant Logan. I just went out and measured the length of the stall divider and it's 102" and about 35" wide between the dividers. Your description is interesting because our odd shaped stall is the rear. We use the front stall for hay, etc., etc.
We have a very hunky Paint gelding who rides in the center stall and he has plenty of room. We do have adjustment options at the tail end of the divider which allows a bit more room if needed and we usually give the big guy the space but he would be just fine without it.

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