Alana Harrison

Being active and having fun with horses typically involves hauling them places—to shows, playdays, trail rides, other events. Then there are those other times you might need to transport your horse—as to the veterinary hospital, when he’s ill or injured. For all these needs, most of us rely on our trusty horse trailers.

We’d like to know: What size horse trailer do you typically haul?

Please answer the poll question below, then check the results of the survey in our July 2017 issue to see how other readers’ hauling rigs compare to yours.

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