SoleMate One Horse Trailers

2 Minus 1 Horse Gooseneck with Tack Standard Design Features

"Leading The Way In Horse Trailer Safety"

(See recent safety and design updates to EquiSpirit Horse Trailers!)

Gooseneck Trailer shown with optional side rampEasy to lift" Ramp Behind Two Full Height Rear Doors — In the rear of your trailer, your horse is protected by a full height galvanized inner steel (non-rust) door with an outer pre-baked-on enamel skin. The inside of the steel door is lined to absorb and withstand full back kicks.

A large 20"x24" screened window up high in the rear door allows air flow in but keeps insects, and unwanted flying objects out. A 4' wide, 48" tall, low angle (prevents slipping) easy-to-lift, solid (no plywood) ramp closes behind the rear door to prevent your horse from slipping underneath the rear of the horse trailer when backing out. A two point outside lockable latch allows you to open each rear door individually. The ramp gives plenty of width for your horse to exit safely, but you can extend it the width of the trailer. The tack doors gives you easy access to the rear tack room to store saddles, hay, grain and tack.

Triple Wall Construction — the Galvanite, pre-painted, baked-on white enamel steel (non-rusting), inner wall provides a tough inner barrier around your horses, such as you have in your tow vehicle. Between the inner wall and outer aluminum skin is one-inch Styrofoam insulation for a climate-controlled quiet ride along with one inch tubular steel structure for strength.

One Piece Steel Reinforced Fiberglass Roof — whereas most trailer roofs have overlapping material and rivets, all which have to caulked against leaks, the standard EquiSpirit roof is made separately and mounted as one piece. Instead of the tubular steel being attached to the steel cross supports with rivets, the steel is molded right into the Fiberglass giving it strength and eliminating the possibility of leaks.

Dual Opening Aluminum Roof Vent — allows the regulating of air flow into the horse area. The vent also provides an escape for hot air that builds up in the trailer.

Rear End DoorsLifetime Warranty Pressure Treated #1 Grade Pine Floor — not only stays cooler, but the 16"-on-center cross-member steel bracing (like putting joists closer together under a house floor) gives it that added extra safety factor of strength.

Rubberlined Floors — the 5/8 inch mats completely cover the wood floor for the comfort of your horse and to keep the urine and manure on the mats instead of the floor. They are easy to remove and clean, and they reduce stress to your horse's legs by absorbing shock.

Easy Lube Rubber Torsion Axles — unlike "spring and shackle" axles, the independent torsion suspension not only gives your horse a smoother ride, it allows you to travel level and stable for some distance on three wheels - a true safety feature if you have a flat on a busy road. "Easy Lube" axles make it easy to lube and maintain bearings.

Heavier Duty Radial Tires — for that little higher rating without a stiffer ride.

Spare Tire with Unique Air-Flow Vinyl Cover — is the same high-quality tire that is on the wheels of the trailer. Often the manufacturer provides a lower quality spare tire or none at all. The tire is mounted on the ditch side of the trailer for safe and easy access on a busy road. EquiSpirit's Air-Flow mesh-front allows air to travel through the tire cover preventing it from blowing off and getting wind torn over the years.

6 Large Safety-Glass Screened Windows — are placed throughout the 2 horse non-dressing room trailer for ultimate ventilation. Unlike Plexiglas, they won't flex or expand which ensures that they will continue to slide easily and not split from the heat for years to come. The screens keep out unwanted flying debris, such as insects, road debris, and cigarette butts.

  • One large 20" X 24" window is placed in the rear door for cross ventilation.
  • One large 20" X 51" slide opening screened window is placed in each stall area for side ventilation.
  • One large 20" X 24” slide opening window is placed in the bulkhead wall between the horse area and tack area.
  • One large 20" X 24” slide opening window is placed at the horses head area in the door.
  • Two large 20" X 51" windows in gooseneck with screens - one on each side

Walk-Thru DoodsWalk-Thru Doors — One 30" width full height walk through door into the horse head area allows you to exit when loading your horse, gives you access for feeding or problems. The horse area door has an exterior safety latch in addition to the normal door latch to prevent the horse from kicking it open. It can be locked, along with the rear doors, to protect stored equipment in the trailer.

Exterior Safety Latch — a large butterfly safety on the horse door keeps it from popping open while trailering.

Door Tie Backs — allows you to securely latch the doors open and ensures doors will not swing closed from strong winds or being bumped.

6 LED Turn Signal/Brake Lights — two each are located on each side of the rear of the trailer, spaced on the lower 1/3 and upper 1/3. Large turn signal/brake lights are also mounted on the side fenders which can be easily seen by the driver and from traffic passing along your side.

LED Running Lights — to give more outside visibility to your trailer than even DOT (Department of Transportation) requires.

Double Clear Dome Lights with Switch — a side-by-side double light unit gives extra light for the stall and tack area of the trailer for night time loading or traveling.

Padding and Lining — is on all horse area side walls to extra-protect your horse from scrapes and bruises, absorbs impact, and to gives your horses a more comfortable, safer ride.

Vinyl Padding — is mounted above the rubber lining on the horse area side walls on both sides of the horse to provide protection and comfort while the horses are balancing during travel.

Rear Header Pad — is mounted in the interior over the top rear doors to protect your horse's head from injury if it were to fling its head up while backing out of the trailer.

A Heavy-duty, Adjustable, Vinyl Feed Bag — is deeper than most, allowing your horse to eat more naturally in the trailer. Unlike hanging rope feedbags, which generate hay and dust that, can lodge in a horse's respiratory system, these keep the hay below your horse's head. It is easily removable and cleanable.

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