Originally Posted by MyBoyPuck
It's a bare bones stripped version of the Featherlite. It tows like a sack of bricks.
This forum is awesome! All this insight is so helpful to avoid possible issue trailers without doing it the hard way.
Featherlite has this cute 2 horse style that is only 2200#. It can be a slant or a straight load. Has a forward exit for loading, and the divider can be removed if you wanted to haul other things. No tack or hay space but you can get a hay rack and could use the forward stall for tack (if you wanted to spend less and didn't care about a dressing/tack room) Model 9401 I think. Not sure if its what I'm looking for, but its got a cool and quirky look to it. ;)
It's nice to hear how the shadow trailers haul... That is important.
All this research has made me really understand how important it is to consider horse size when picking as well since the height, length and width can make a trailer totally useless to someone with a horse that doesn't fit!! My guy will be big, so that's important. Posted via Mobile Device