Years ago, almost all horse trailers were straight-load styles in which the horses rode with their heads facing forward and their tails facing back. As trucks became stronger and people wanted to haul more horses at once, slant-load styles, often holding four or six horses at a time and placing those horses at an angle inside the trailer, became more popular. If you only need to haul two horses, however, you are best off sticking with a two-horse straight load rather than a slant-load style trailer.
23 July 2018
Are you planning a vacation for this summer? Have you been considering bringing your dog along with you on the trip? While a road trip can be great fun for you and your family, the same is not always true of your canine companion. Even though your dog might enjoy car rides around town, going on a vacation with him or her is often a completely different thing. Fortunately, there are boarding facilities that allow your dog to stay there instead of having your furry friend come with you.
22 March 2018