Tips

Trailer Rental Tips

To buy or to rent? If you don't haul your horse on a regular basis, renting a trailer rather than buying one, may be more within your budget. Here we help you decide if renting a trailer might be a good option for your hauling needs. Read more »

It's Time to Sell Your Horse Trailer; Now What?

8/20/2019

Whether you are looking to upgrade, downgrade, upsize or downsize, know what your trailer is worth by checking out local ads and dealers and the Internet.  Credit:... Read more »

Tips on Cleaning Your Horse Trailer

Cleaning your trailer isn’t a glorious job, but it’s a necessity. iStockPhotos.com   Cleaning your trailer isn’t a glorious job, but it’s a necessity.... Read more »

26 Horse Trailer Hacks

We’ve all stared into our horse trailers, dismayed by messy tack rooms, dirty compartments, filthy floors, and maintenance issues. It’s easy to close the doors and walk away, thinking,... Read more »

Tips on Trailer Living on the Horse Show Road

7/9/2019

For those who travel frequently to horse shows, rodeos or trail rides, living-quarters trailers have certainly made traveling with your horses easier. Read more »

Avoid a Trailer Scramble

As you haul your horse, he must constantly adjust his body weight to keep his balance, working his muscles hard. He may even have to scramble to stay on his feet. Read more »

Camping with Horses

On your own horse, you'll be able to access thousands of miles of trails, from oceans to lakeshores, mountain meadows to desert sands, local open space to wilderness. All you need for a safe and... Read more »

Be Water-Wise on Your Next Horse Camping Trip

Your trail horse needs about 10 to 30 gallons of water per day to stay hydrated and healthy. You're responsible for meeting his critical water needs, whether you go on day rides, horse camp, or... Read more »

10 Tips for Traveling Solo With Your Horse

For years, I’ve enjoyed attending trail rides, horse shows and clinics with a group of like-minded friends. We’ve developed a “mobile buddy system,” helping each other out,... Read more »

Horse Trailering Tips

Even the calmest of transported horses experiences fundamental stress reactions from the start of loading. In transit, those perfectly content-looking horses are likely to have become dehydrated, to... Read more »

Florida Paradise

While much of the country gets blasted with winter storms, here in the Sunshine State, we enjoy some of the best riding weather of the year. Here in Florida, we're blessed not only with great... Read more »

Getting Properly Hitched

  You're considering towing your horses. One of the most confusing and scary aspects of this adventure is the myriad kinds of trailer hitches available to buy. It might seem like there... Read more »

Winter-Driving Tips

During inclement weather, double the normal distance between vehicles to allow more stopping room. | Photo by Heidi Melocco.   Winter is coming. For some of us, winter is... Read more »

29 Essential Trailer Tips

Trail riding, by its very nature, means you’re on the go. You regularly hit local trails, but now you’re ready for a trailer of your own for the freedom to travel to scenic trails near and... Read more »

When To Use Shipping Wraps

The trailer is hooked up, the hay nets hung and the gas tank is full. All that’s left is to wrap your horse’s legs before loading him up and hitting the road.   But maybe not.... Read more »