Thanks for your responses - you've all been very helpful!
I have only one horse, a 16.2hh Percheron/Paint cross. He's not anywhere near as wide as his breed would suggest - for instance, he only wears a 46" girth. I did think that the stalls seemed a little narrow. I am thinking, since the divider is removable, that it may be possible to move it over to widen one stall, and use the other, narrower side to store tack, hay, etc for the trip.
I would suggest always using shipping boots or wrapping for travel in it because it is a narrow straight load and they can nick.
I bought him some shipping boots a couple of weeks ago - got them from Horseloverz.com for $25, and they're as nice as some $50 ones I have seen! And, despite being "assorted colors", they came in the correct color to match all of his other stuff - navy! I think it was fate. LOL.
Well that is surely a green trailer....
Atleast it will get noticed..My one question, are you sure it's 8ft tall? Are you measuring from the ground or the floor of the trailer. Trailler looks to be older so I would think a 6-6 1/2 ft tall...
LOL, yes it IS green
!!! I have not been to see this trailer yet - I imagine they are probably measuring from the ground to get the 8', but it also looks like a pretty low trailer, so I imagine that it is probably still 7' on the inside at least, which is all I need. I've actually seen a lot of tall older bumper pulls in my recent searches...although I saw one the other day that was only 6'2" - what could you haul in that, miniature horses?!?!?!?