Great starter trailer!
Two-horse, bumper-pull WW trailer with ramp (1973). This sturdy steel trailer is easy to pull, tabs are up-to-date and its ready to go!
- 6’7″ high, 5″ wide
- Escape doors both sides
- Removable divider
- Rubber mats
- Mangers and tack storage below
- Good floor
- Spare tire
- Wheel bearings packed
My humble beginnings. This was my very first trailer, and we have now upgraded. My saintly husband held out long enough to know whether or not I’d actually use a trailer before making the investment for an upgrade. (I think he was a little slow to take action since this trailer has been many places the last three years as you’ll see from this blog.) But it was paid for the minute we drove away and it has served us well!
Originally designed as a two-horse straight load trailer, I called it my one-horse slant load because I had to move the divider to the side in order to fit my naturally gaited Tennessee walking horse, Makana. Yet, it was super easy to pull and back, and the wind didn’t move it around. You hardly knew it was there behind you compared to our upgraded trailer.
This solid and sturdy trailer taught me how to trailer a horse: how to back up to the ball and hook it up; how to drive it myself to shows and back it; how to load and unload a horse myself; and even how to horse camp with it. Impressive!