844-330-6373
0 ITEMS
  • My Account
  • Young Rider
  • Tack Shop
  • Podcast
  • Contact Us
Subscribe Podcast

Trailer Tips

• Lubricate the hitch ball with some sort of grease. Never let it get dry. • Remember to shut windows to prevent rain from getting into the trailer when it’s not being used. • Always hose off floors and mats if...
Research from the roadside assistance program USRider and large-animal rescue experts Drs. Tomas and Rebecca Gimenez shows that improper maintenance, operator error and equipment mismatch cause the majority of horse trailer wrecks. After three years of study, the following...

Caution, Railroad Crossing

Getting your horse trailer stuck on the railroad tracks with your horses inside is a nightmare scenario but one that’s far too common according to the equestrian roadside assistance provider USRider. While studying more than 200 horse trailer accidents,...

Hauling Tips

The Center for Equine Health at UC Davis recently conducted studies on transported horses. The following tips are among their recommendations: • Avoid shipping sick horses unless it's an emergency.• During long trips (six to eight hours) avoid restricting the horse's head...

On the Road

When traveling with your horse, whether it’s local or across state lines, government officials are probably going to ask you for certain documentation along the way. A health certificate and proof of a negative Coggins test may be all...
If you become incapacitated during an accident, you can make sure your horses will be taken care of by leaving information that will help direct emergency responders. You may also want to include the phone number of your equine...

30 Trailering Tips

Even if you don’t own a horse trailer, your horse needs to know how to load easily in case of an emergency. If possible, carry two spare tires for your...

Safe Trailering

It’s easy to get complacent when hauling horses. Months or years of incident-free trips can give any driver a false sense of security. And while it’s true that confidence is a good thing, a little bit of caution can...
Under the laws of nature, the best way to avoid any kind of an emergency is to be fully prepared for one—whether you are making a long distance, cross-country haul or a short trek down the road to the...

Traveling With Your Horse

By Cary L. Szuwalski When you are preparing to travel with your horse, packing is an organizational challenge. Every horse traveling is more than likely to be accompanied by a mound of equipment. The key to efficient packing is to...
0FansLike
94SubscribersSubscribe
We use cookies to help personalize content, tailor and measure ads, and provide a safer experience. By navigating the site, you agree to the use of cookies to collect information. Read our Cookie Policy.
OK