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    01-17-2011, 01:43 PM
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Foal
Sundowner Trailers - the good, the bad?

I do mostly local shows, and the most I usually travel is two hours for a show. I do shows every weekend to every other weekend April-October, with a scattering of shows in February/March.

Anyways. What are your experiences with Sundowners? My family is looking for a two-horse to haul my horse and a friend's horse to shows. We found a lightly used Sundowner 3 hours awayn for a very good price, and we are taking a look at it soon. What are your experiences with this brand?

(BTW, here is the trailer we are looking at: Sundowner 2 horse aluminum)
     
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    01-30-2011, 11:46 AM
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Beware ads that are to good to be true!!!
Offer to pay cash or use a money order. If the seller wants the transaction to go through ebay, beware, this trailer should sell for around 5000 to 6000 dollars.It is a good middle of the road trailer. Remember you generally get what you pay for. If the seller will not meet with you directly and says they will ship the trailer to you it is probably a scam. Good Luck. Check out older Hawk trailers they are a combination aluminum skin over a steel frame have great build quality and are reasonably priced.
     
    01-30-2011, 12:07 PM
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Yearling
My trainer has a 6 horse, that is our main trailer. I love it! It has a big dressing room, like 9 or 12 saddle racks, the space for the horse's is great, especially for my big boy!
     

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