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        04-06-2013, 12:26 AM
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    Originally Posted by Horsequeen08    
    As embarassing as it was asking the questions I did in the OP, this has been EXTREMELY helpful. Like I said, you guys were once me, super clueless. Someone taught you, and now you are teaching me. Man I feel like I already know so much more about horse trailers that the people at the expo won't think I'm a -complete- idiot, just 1/2 an idiot, haha. Thanks guys!
    Absolutely we all started somewhere!
    Braver the person that asks for advice. :)
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        04-06-2013, 12:31 AM
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    I have used ramps and step-ups, and they both work fine. My personal preference is for a step-up as it seems easier to teach the horse to load, and subsequently harder for the horse to invent load evasion techniques

    If you can, get one with a separate tack room, or at least tack space. Much much easier than shoving it all in the back of your car. Have fun at the expo, window shopping for trailers is fun

    And - stop worrying about your ability to tow. Absolutely everyone started off not being able to do it! We all learn.
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