Bumper Hitch Trailers
Is Your Horse?
Very nervous, reluctant or difficult to load?
Sweaty for no apparent reason when trailered?
Scrambling, pawing, kicking, sitting on the butt bar, leaning on the divider or side walls, rearing up or falling down when trailered?
Does your horse "fly" or rush to exit the trailer?
Minimize unnatural physical and mental stress when trailered.
Maintain the natural balance of the horse with it's weight on the forehand during normal deceleration and braking.
Relaxed head lowered forehand weighted posture while traveling
Reduced risk of scrambling to maintain balance
Reduced risk of injury or falls during hard braking
Reduced risk of injury and muscle pain and damage due to un natural spreading of the hind legs and high head carriage to maintain balance
Minimize stress for claustrophobic horses
Easier loading and reduced risk to the handler
Easier un loading, your horse can view its surroundings prior to exiting the trailer.
Reduced risk of flying or rushing out of the trailer when un loading