Trailers & Trailer Safety

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bumper pull trailer, 2 horse trailer, hauling horses

How to Handle Horse Trailering Emergencies

Knowing what to do—and what not to do—in a horse transport incident can mean the difference between a positive outcome and tragic ending. Read more in this article from the Fall 2023 issue of The Horse.

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Road Ready: Traveling With Horses

No one wants to arrive at their destination and realize their horse has gotten sick or injured along the way. Follow these expert tips to ensure your horse’s safety and wellness while traveling.

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Trailer Safety Checklist

Print out this handy trailer safety checklist, and keep it in your trailer, tack box, or towing vehicle as a reference for safe horse hauling.

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Trailer Safety Check

Trail-riding and horse-camping expert and author Bonnie Davis demonstrates how to perform a safety check on your horse trailer before hitting the road.

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In Case of Emergency on the Road

No one wants to encounter an emergency when hauling horses. However, we all know problems can arise. This trailer-safety checklist will ensure you’re prepared to deal with emergencies if they do come up when you’re hauling horses.

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