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post #11 of 12 Old 05-29-2013, 09:04 AM
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Generaly you dont feel it at all when they move round, you generaly only hear or feel anything when horses chuck a tantrum in the back and start kicking it! It is also far safer than a trailer if a horse throws a tantrum as they cant tip it over. It is a lot more stable than any bumper pull trailer I've ever driven (we dont have goosenecks over here).
It is safer because it is heavier so less affected by high winds, they are generaly better built and give the horses a far better ride. Horses come out the other end less tired than in a trailer.

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post #12 of 12 Old 05-29-2013, 09:34 AM
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Generaly you dont feel it at all when they move round, you generaly only hear or feel anything when horses chuck a tantrum in the back and start kicking it! It is also far safer than a trailer if a horse throws a tantrum as they cant tip it over. It is a lot more stable than any bumper pull trailer I've ever driven (we dont have goosenecks over here).
It is safer because it is heavier so less affected by high winds, they are generaly better built and give the horses a far better ride. Horses come out the other end less tired than in a trailer.
Most people do not get the wheels balanced on the horse trailer here which really sends a lot of vibration right to the horse as well as the vibrating noise that is sent to the ears.

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