Mid tack, 7'6' high, 8' wide, generator, 30lb propane tanks instead of 20lb tanks, air, large fresh water grey water and black water tanks, hay rack, large fridge/freezer, round or pentagon larger shower, ducted air and heat, generator (remote start is nice but not a necessity), 2 step awning, drop down windows front and rear, insulated horse area, keyed locks, extruded aluminum along the entire bottom half of the trailer, stud wall, stainless front nose, lots of storage/closet and cupboard, there are more just can not think of them all right now......I don't think I would go smaller than a 12' short wall. I have a 14' and it is more than plenty to stay in 2 weeks at a time, less emptying tanks. A slide out would be nice but it does add more weight and possible problems with opening and closing. Bottom line is your budget because if you are going to travel all over with a larger trailer, you will probably need a hauler 450 or 550. I have stayed where there are paddocks for your horses which is nice not only so your horses can run around and stretch after a long ride but if you plan on leaving for the day to sight see, your horses are more comfortable as to standing on a picket.
Last edited by goneriding; 01-14-2013 at 09:23 PM.