2 Horse Non-Dressing Room.
Suggestion: At 7'6" tall, 6' wide, and a total of 10'+
stall length (the + is because the head area extends into
the open wedge nose). This model will easily fit horses
up to 16.3 hands.
XL and XXL Options
extra large option Adds 2" to the interior height (7'8" tall)
and 1 foot length to the horse stall (11' stall area). The
total length increases to 18'6" from bumper to coupler. The increased size adds approx. 250 lbs (3,450
lbs.). The XL option will carry horses up to 18 hands.
option increases the overall size of the trailer for larger horses without increasing
the axle width if you have narrow driveways and road.
double extra large option.
Adds 2" to interior height (7'8"
tall). Adds 1 foot to the horse stall ( 11' stall length) and 8" to the interior width making the outside trailer width (axle width) 102" instead of the standard 96". The total trailer length increases to18'6". The additional size adds 450 lbs. (3,650
lbs.). The XXL option will carry horses at 18+ hands.
footage added to nose. Suggestion: add one to two feet if you would like
to add saddle racks or bridle hooks.
Add 2' -$1,140
ramp With Upper Storm Doorsto replace ramp over full
height doors with windows.
Suggestion: If you are just used to having a ramp with upper
storm doors, or are in a very hot area and like to have
the option of opening the upper rear doors for extra ventilation,
you can have this 3 piece configuration in replacement of
our standard Full Height Doors w/ Ramp Behind. Note: Windows
in storm doors are optional. See below.
width side unload ramp includes top door with window.
Suggestion: This allows your horses to exit frontwards,
out the side, instead of backing them out the rear. At
least 3' should be added to trailer if using this option
as a horse exit. Or you can delete the bulkhead wall (wall
between horse and dressing room) for the extra length
whereas we extend the horse floor boards and rubber mats
(at no additional cost) and add supportive cross members
underneath the floor all the way to the jack sheet wall
(wall below GN).
Suggestion: Located on the side of the tack or horse
area doors, it allows you to hold onto for balance as you
step up into the trailer. RV
Suggestion: The awning is usually installed on the
ditch-side (passenger side) of the trailer (where the
dressing room door is usually located) and used for shade
where none is available, and to wait out the rain. It
is priced per 2 foot increments with a minimum size of
8 feet. Awning retractable
scissors single person operation.
Ready Drip Rail
Roof Rack and Ladder for
Suggestion: This rack provides out-of-the-way storage
for extra hay. However, without someone strong to help,
it is very difficult to get hay up onto the rack. - See
Suggestion: Since two dual opening (opens front and
back) vents are standard (one over each horses head),
extra vents are not normally needed, nor often ordered.
But in extremely hot areas, additional vents can be added
to roof over horse's body. Additional
Roof Vent dual
Light - 55 watt halogen load light with outside
Suggestion: Even though good lighting exists
on the inside of your trailers, this light provides plenty
of additional outside light over the ramp . This option
can be very helpful if you're doing a lot of night time
loading and unloading.
Tie Ring - priced
additional outside tie ring(s) (two are standard on each
side - one for tying and one up high for hay bag) that
can be placed on the side of the trailer for additional
locations to tie your horse. - See
Floor - replaces
wood floor and mats in horse area for standard length. -
Rumber Floor replaces
wood floor and mats in horse area. XL and XXL models. -
footage priced per foot when adding additional footage for
dressing room or horse area to the Standard, XL or XXL models.
Add 2' -$110
Add 3' -$165
Add 4' -$220
Suggestion: We provide three "lay flat"
(when not in use) standard tie rings per horse, but additional
are available if you prefer an alternate location to tie
your horse, or for securing items in other areas of the
Tie Ring horse
friendly swivel tie ring, priced each.
Saddle Racks - priced each .
Suggestion: Our standard saddle rack post holds up to four
saddles. Extra saddle racks can be added. We don't recommend
putting saddles/racks inside the trailer with the horses,
but the option is available. We suggest adding some extra
length to the trailer if you want the saddle racks.
Barfull width Suggestion: If you remove the dividers, this bar replaces
the regular butt bars and keeps the horses from exiting
the rear of the trailer when the rear doors/ramp is opened.
It can also be used if you move the swinging divider over
for one horse and remove the standard butt bars.
Butt & Breast Bars, Both Stalls adjustable in two positions to match different
Suggestion: You should choose L, XL, or XXL model of trailer
to fit your size horses, but if you have a smaller horse
such as 14.2 hands and under, the butt and breast bar
can be adjusted to help accommodate their size. - See
Divider -- tubular steel replaces solid steel head divider.
Suggestion: This head divider with tubular bars (instead
of being solid) allows air to circulate through the head
divider to provide more overall air circulation in the
head area. It is recommended for use in hot areas of the
country. - See
Steel Center Divider removable
lower steel divider pinned in place.
We prefer that the space below the center divider not
be restricted so that horses have more "sideways"
leg room to better balance. However, this divider, which
is steel and more rigidly fixed in place, is sometimes
used for stallions or a "kicking horse" to separate
them from harming each other. The steel divider is tougher,
heavier, and more rigidly affixed to top of center divider,
and to the rear and center posts.
Brackets—3 brackets with multiple tie locations
for securing hay and tack.
Suggestion: These popular EquiSpirit (horse friendly)
feature (installed at both ends and middle on lower portion
of interior wedge nose wall) allows you to secure hay
and other items with bungee cords or ties, adding more
safe storage space to the horse head area of the trailer.
Double Dome Light for Interior.
Suggestion: The standard interior double dome lights (located
directly over the dressing room door and the ditch side
horse door) provide very good lighting. However, if you
spend a lot of time working in your trailer at night,
extra double dome lights can be added. Placement is usually
over the road side door, and sometimes placed near the
roof line in the rear of the trailer. - See
Suggestion: The extra brush tray gives you additional storage
space (one is standard) for those tall bottles (such as
fly spray), and also for combs, brushes, hoof picks, etc.
An outside remote switch for the optional horse area fans
can make it more accessible - especially helpful if you
get stuck in traffic on a hot day and need to turn them
on quickly. - See
volt, 2 speed with swivel base for horse area, priced
Suggestion: For extremely hot areas, or if you get stuck
in traffic on a hot day, these fans, when placed high
up in the corner(s) of the bulkhead wall, are very effective
in ventilating the horse head area. With an optional remote
switch placed outside, you would have quick, easy access
to getting them turned on quickly. - See
deep cell 12 Volt wired to charge from truck.
Suggestion: This deep cell battery (holds a charge for
long time) is installed inside the dressing room and powers
your interior lights, oscillating fans, and load lights,
without being plugged into your truck. It is wired so
that your tow vehicle will trickle charge it when driving.
Converts 110 electric coming in to trailer to 12 volt
and keeps battery charged.
x 24" horse shoulder windows price per pair. (one
Suggestion: These windows are placed, one on each side
of the trailer between the large rear horse stall window
and the horse head area window, giving even more light
and ventilation. For those horses that are more claustrophobic,
these windows provide continuous light and visibility
coming in from the outside all along the interior side
of the trailer when the horse is walking in. - See
Two 20" by 24" screened windows in upper rear
Suggestion: These windows are installed in the upper storm
doors on the "Ramp w/Upper Storm Door" option
that is substituted
for the "Full Heigth Doors w/Ramp Behind" configuration.
They allow air flow into the rear of the trailer while the
screens keep unwanted insects and debris out.