Trailering Your Horse

Trailering Your Horse

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With clear text and detailed photography, Cherry Hill guides you through each and every step in preparing for safe, low-stress traveling. You'll learn how to select a truck and trailer; train a horse to enter, exit, and travel in a trailer; pack the right gear and emergency equipment; drive safely while pulling a trailer; and care for a horse en route.A Visual Guide to Safe Training and Traveling Cherry Hill, Richard Klimesh. Tires with an open, a€œaggressivea€ tread design, such as all~terrain tires, have better traction in mud and snow. ... gooseneck ball has a unique design that allows you to turn it upside down and store it under the pickup bed when not in use. ( Courtesy Baamp;W Custom Truck Beds, Inc., Humboldt, KS.) 1.6 MUD FLAPs Mud flaps will protect your trailer from gravel, mud, and dirt thrown by the rear tires of the truck.

Title:Trailering Your Horse
Author:Cherry Hill, Richard Klimesh
Publisher:Storey Publishing - 2012-11-12


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