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Straight haul or angle haul for 2 horses?

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        02-27-2011, 07:09 PM
      #11
    Trained
    XxEventerXX, I'm just about to buy a trailer just like yours. Glad to hear you like the design.

    As for straight/slant, my horse doesn't seem to give a crap either way as long as there is hay in front of his face.
         
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        02-27-2011, 07:18 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    Yea and I love the mangers cause you can put water in it if you want and there is a drainage system which is good! Also it has alot of padding on the mangers, sides and back. SO the horses are nice and safe. Also to the way my trailer is designed the stalls aren't to big or to small so the horse can't turn around in the trailer. More secure IMO. I just love the idea how you can walk into the trailer and go through the tackroom. Most of the time im just trailering my one horse so I put him in put the straps up by his bum so he knows not to back out and then walk out and shut the door. My two year old well now 4 she has no issues in the trailer she can see my other horse and doesnt move around, kick... etc
         

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