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    07-06-2011, 11:54 PM
Show us your luxtury Horse Tralier's/Floats

Come on show us where you horse goes and is you have your own you space show us!!

I'll Start it off! I don't have a fancey horse floats but here is mine!

In the second Picture that is just my silly sister at the front window!
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    07-07-2011, 12:12 AM
I like your trailer, it's very clean and well-kept looking!

I don't have a truck or trailer (yet), but am subscribing to see everyone else's!
    07-07-2011, 12:27 AM
Ok tomorrow when I am home I will take a picture of my float (love that term, sounds so much more classy than trailer). Got it brand new for Mother's day. My 1st brand new float with all of the important features I wanted, my husband did good.
    07-07-2011, 12:32 AM
Picture of my old one, sold it to the first person who called & looked at it. Even though I took down all my advertising, I am still getting calls on it. Is there a used horsetrailer shortage?
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    07-07-2011, 01:08 AM
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Just subbing, I don't have a trailer. I like the trailers so far. I wish I had a picture of my friends gooseneck it is awesome!
    07-07-2011, 03:09 PM
This is my luxury trailer, well not really that luxurious but 1st time I have ever owned a brand new one with a tackroom. 3 horse slant but I removed the 1st divider & gave the first horse more room. Has the swing out saddlerack which I mentioned I really wanted. My husband bought me this one for Mother's day, he did so well, although I should've mentioned I wanted the enclosed type with the drop down windows but I think those were a tad pricey compared to this one. Was a happy moment when he pulled in the driveway with this the day before Mother's day. Now at a show, I don't have to put mats down inside to change, I can simply close the tackroom door (& lock it if I want), turn on the light. So light hauling this one compared to the older one in my above post. The diesel Ford don't suck up as much fuel either while hauling.
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    07-07-2011, 10:33 PM
I really like your float waresbear it reminds me of Logan floats over here in Australia. Yes this is my first ever brand new float as well so lets keep seeing them! And you can show you trucks as well!
    07-07-2011, 10:57 PM
Thanks woodville, I luv your float as well, my first one I ever owned in the 80's was like yours. I could back that thing anywhere & perfectly. I thought I was an expert until I moved on to the larger stock & slant loads, now I suck. I pull with a 3/4 ton lifted Ford diesel longbox, makes the backing up even more difficult for me.
    07-08-2011, 09:15 PM
Nice trailer, waresbear! I don't have pics of mine, unfortunately, but I traded my little stock for one with dressing room this passed Spring. It's just SO much more comfortable (before I had to keep my saddle and all other stuff on back seat of 2-door truck - lots of fun to put it in/take it out).
    07-08-2011, 09:51 PM
Here's my truck and trailer....2011 2 horse Eclipse trailer pulled by 2004 F150.

Here we are pulled over at a burger king, Starlite wanted to say hi to everyone. She seriously was sucking up all the attention from the people driving by looking at her...

Dressing room/tack area

That's my trailer - I love it!!

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