Using a Trailer’s Butt Bar

Do you know when you should use your trailer’s butt bar when you’re trying to load your horse? We go over these trailering basics in this week’s video.

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The butt bar in your trailer is an added safety device that keeps you and your horse safe, but it’s important to know when it’s the right time to use it. In the next part of her trailering series, natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains when she likes to attach the butt bar once her horse is in the trailer and explains why you should add this to your trailer-loading routine

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