Originally Posted by MIEventer
I have my particular favorite design of a trailer already. I prefer Slant Loads over strait loaders. I love that I can open up that Slant Load to make it look like a nice and spacious stock trailer, where it is inviting to the horse to enter. Once the horse is in, I can close the devider and secure the horse inside.
I find slant loaders, far more easier to work with than strait loaders.
I also like ramps. I like that the horse can just walk up and in, without having to take those steps up into the trailer.
I find that ramps make the loading process far smoother IMO.
I own a straight haul and I can open the middle divider so it looks bigger then once the horse is in I just move it back to the middle. It worked well when my horse first got in it, he was a bit scared at first and now he's fine.
I can't live without mangers, pull down windows, tackroom, ventilation for the horse AND spare tires lol