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Trailering Tips

Check your trailer before you leave Remove and inspect all wheels and hubs or brake drums. Inspect suspension for wear. Check tightness of hanger bolt, shackle bolt and U-bolt nuts per recommended torque values. Check brake linings, brake drums and armature faces for excessive wear or scoring. Check brake magnetic coil with an ohmmeter. The […]Read More

Horse Vitals

We’ve all probably heard the saying “some of my best friends never say a word to me”, and while the words warm our hearts, they also remind us of just that. When your horse is ill or just ‘off’, what better way to evaluate them than obtaining their vitals. This could be the first step […]Read More

Gooseneck Vs. Bumper Pull Trailers

Gooseneck Provides stability by distributing weight evenly over the axels of the vehicle Potential for swaying is minimized Loss of bed room due to the hitch Traditionally more expensive than a comparable bumper pull More room for living quarters/storage Can haul large numbers of livestock/horses Tighter turning radius and better handling MUST be hauled with […]Read More

Horse Trail First Aid Kit

Cotton Tipped Swabs/Cotton Tipped Applicators Wood Applicators/Tongue Depressors Non-Sterile Gauze Sterile Gauze Non-Adherent Pad/Telfa Pad Medium Dressings/Stretch Gauze Large Dressing/Stretch Gauze Flexible Cohesive Wrap – 3M Vetrap/Co-Flex Adhesive Tape ½ Pound Cotton Roll Alcohol Wipes Povidone Iodine Swabsticks Eye Wash – Individual Pods Iodine Wipes Pint Hydrogen Peroxide Pint Alcohol 4oz Chlorhexidine Surgical Scrub 2% […]Read More