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    11-14-2012, 09:24 PM
I searched for some on HorseTrailerWorld

My favorite, it looks really nice

Decent stock trailer

Nice looking goosneck with back tackroom, stock combo, mats should be replaced.

Aluminum gooseneck stock combo trailer, 4 horse, its a straight load but doesn't look like there is any dividers between the two horses standing side by side so you could use the middle divider that seperates the front and back horses to make two big box stalls..

Good luck! Just click on my text describing each trailer, it should bring you right to the ad.
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    11-14-2012, 10:00 PM
I am in the same predicament. I am 3 hours South of Atlanta and it is amazing how much people want for their trailers.
    11-14-2012, 10:07 PM
I wound up buying a new trailer after spending a few months looking at what people wanted for their rusting, shorting out buckets of bolts they were trying to sell as serviceable trailers. Drove three hours to pick it up (was still cheaper than having it delivered) and haven't regretted it a moment. That said, one of my friends got luck and got a good, safe, used trailer for a great price that she found on the trailer world website. I guess it just depends on how patient you're willing to be, and what you're looking for.
    11-15-2012, 09:32 AM
Wish I could afford a new one, but job changes, tax season, Christmas, 3 kiddos, new tires on 2 vehicles, well, you know where this is going. You get what you pay for I know, the selection around here just seems terrible. Alexis, what are you looking for price wise and feature wise, maybe I have run across something that might suit you, or could keep my eye out. If you are looking for something similar to me though, I hope I beat you to it ;)
    11-17-2012, 03:13 PM
There are some good deals out there. I bought a new 2 horse slant Calico w/tack and have put over 5k miles on it in less than 2 years for $4200. Tows and tracks loaded with 2 horses at interstate speeds with no problems at all. Only issues are normal rust that are expected with a steel trailer. One thing I would change is to have bought dealer installed kick mats. Prices vary from dealer to dealer on manufactured trailers so check around. Good luck with your search.

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