This is the back....I will have to take another one tomorrow closer up. I have pictures of the back but all have the ramp down!!! It is not this clean on the top anymore! I wish I had a place to put it under cover. I love this trailer and want to keep it forever!
It is really hard keeping the top clean Denise cause the Brenderup is so tall! I am not sure I could keep a white trailer tooling clean, the brown color is hard enough!
I guess the legs on our trailers are different? I can't see anything else different, but I am sure the inside is different too. What I really need is a head divider, because Dreamer never gets his hay when traveling with another horse cause he is bottom of the pack.
I sold all of my tack I haven't used in years or that no longer fits and went a little crazy buying new tack for Bloo. His color is yellow and I can never find anything in the tack stores so I went to the wonderful interwebs and bought him new tack. I was looking for a new saddle pad but I'm not sure what kind to get him so that's all I need when I make a decision. I'm very excited he's still ride-able and I should be out of the brace and walking on my own again by the time everything arrives. Needless to say I'm a little excited about finally being able to really explore the trails.
Went to a ride in Laurel, MS this past weekend. It was called Blazing Saddles. It rained from 7pm Thursday night to 3 am Friday morning. So the trails were a muddy mess! But still had loads of fun. I pulled Bella at 40 miles bc she had over extended and was a little sore on her left hind. But she is getting better. Here is our picture!
I got out on PC again today.... finally. Between work, bad weather and the flu when the weater was nice, it has been a little while. We went 8.5 miles.
It was a pretty nice day. PC was doing great, then got really nervous. After a couple minutes we came up on a big Mule deer buck that had been killed by a mt. Lion. I guess she had a reason to be nervous.
Leynaproof, Do you have to pay to be in those endurance races? And if so, how much do they typically run? Just curious, as I was training for endurance a while back but never actually got anywhere, lol