Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
• Horses: 0
I had a nice gooseneck that did not have living quarters when I purchased it. It had a large area for tack, however. I put insulation and paneling up (really good for weather extremes hot or cold), had a nice bed in the overhang, TV/video system, drawers, microwave, toaster oven, COFFEEMAKER!!, and artwork up. I made pretty nice livingquarters myself. The horse compartment was fully cleaned, on arrival to the show, and a bed put in for my groom/working student along with a chemical toilet and a "cowboy" shower. I had a small AC unit for when I had electricity. I had electrical wiring with a camper plug installed.
I lived in it at all my shows and had a great time. My students called it the No-tell Motel.