8 edition of Trailering Your Horse found in the catalog.
January 15, 2000 by Storey Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard Klimesh (Photographer)|
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|Number of Pages||153|
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Properly trailering your horse is an essential skill every horse owner needs to master. With clear text and detailed photography, Cherry Hill shows you how to choose an appropriate truck and trailer combination; train your horse to confidently enter and exit the trailer; and drive safely while pulling a loaded trailer/5(17).
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow. pages, 8 1/2" x 11", soft cover, photographs and illustrations throughout. Published in January, Cherry Hill is an award-winning author of over 30 books and videos and over articles on horse training and care.
Cherry was a horse show judge for 25 years for several national breed organizations. She also taught college equine courses from Trailering Your Horse book the US and Canada, including. Hill Trailers Your Horse Trailering Your Horse by Cherry Hill, Storey Books, $ softcover.
Trailering Your Horse is a great guide to the nerve-wracking world of shipping your horse. The volume includes numerous photos, and outlines trailering details I had never contemplated. Horse trailer training and traveling including horse care, trailering your horse, loading, traveling, Trailering Your Horse book and choosing a truck and trailer.
Horse Trailer Air Ride: I spent a day with Transwest Truck Trailer RV near Fredrick testing their air suspension on a Cimarron horse trailer. This was a certified test with an engineer riding in the trailer using a laptop wired to a motion detector that reads 4 axis from the center of the trailer floor.
Before hauling your horse, become prepared and knowledgeable about trailering safety. Horse Breeds. Book Reviews. Associations. Lifestyle. Blogs. The Campus Equestrian. Finding the Right Trailer for your Horse. Keeping Horses Comfortable During Winter Travel.
The Horse Trailer Blue Book makes its determination by categorizing trailers as premium, average or economy models, without options. Dealers, on the other hand, use the specific trailer model and its popularity. Remember that regional buying preferences will affect depreciation. For example, a straight-load trailer will bring less in the West.
"Trailer Training Horses: Simple Steps to Loading Your Horse" is a simple, how-to guide that gets your horse trailer-trained for good.
Begging your horse to enter the trailer is aggravating. Forcing your horse into the trailer is dangerous. Unfortunately, you can't just leave the little bugger there at the fairgrounds, so you are s: 3.
Your attitude will help keep the horse stress-free. You want to avoid bribing or punishing your horse to make them trailer. When training your horse to load and unload, you should be helping the horse load without having to lead it or force it into the trailer.
Next, make sure your horse knows simple commands. Get this from a library. Trailering your horse: a visual guide to safe training and traveling. [Cherry Hill] -- Illustrated with hundreds of photographs and drawings, Trailering Your Horse book book takes the guesswork out of this essential equestrain skill.
Here is everything a horse owner needs to know about selecting. Before you go, review these trailering tips from Dr. Barbara Paige from the Colorado Equine Clinic to ensure you and your horse safely reach your trailering destination.
If your horse throws his head around, you also can use a head bumper. To read about Whit's step-by-step approach for turning virtually any horse into a "travel trooper," see "Trouble-Free Trailering" in the August issue of Practical Horseman.
Extensively. Many of them have told me that I am just going to HAVE TO HIT MY HORSE. I refuse to do so. I would rather just give up on trailering, than to have to resort to bullying him into the trailer.
I’m not using that tactic. It is not in my make-up to hit an animal. Ever. For any reason. I’m very interested in your. Considering purchasing a new horse trailer. Get a quality trailer from the experts who wrote the book.
Built for your horse's safety. This authoritative horse book, with more than illustrations, addresses a number of important topics, including how to: Determine whether to buy a new or used horse trailer. How do you train a horse to get in and out of a trailer safely and calmly.
With the renowned trailer-training method taught by the late Dr. Edwin Goodwin, long-time equine professor at the University of Maryland, it's Trailer Training Your Horse, journalist and equine enthusiast Laura Harrison McBride brings to publication for the first time the lessons and advice of Dr.
Goodwin. Never leave a horse tied to the outside of a trailer unattended. When leaving a horse inside a trailer, make sure the chest bar and butt bar are secure, especially if an escape door is left open.
Trailering your horse is often a necessity and should be an uneventful experience. Matching Your Trailer with Your Horse Entering into close, dark spaces can spook the most stalwart horses, yet we expect them to step into a trailer without missing a beat.
Fortunately, thanks to today’s design and material technologies, we are able to provide sufficient space, increased ventilation and a number of safety features that will.
While trailers depreciate more slowly than cars—and certainly a well-kept year-old trailer retains value much better than most cars of that age—you still shouldn’t price your year-old 4-horse gooseneck at $16, if you can buy a new one for that same amount.
Teach any horse to trailer load willingly when you ask. "Trailer Training Horses: Simple Steps to Loading Your Horse" is a simple, how-to guide that gets your horse trailer-trained for good. Begging your horse to enter the trailer is frustrating at best.
Forcing your horse into the trailer is dangerous. Stay up-to-date on the latest news about your horse's health with FREE newsletters from Topics include Nutrition, Soundness & Lameness, Equine Behavior, Farm & Barn, Older Horse.
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The thing you never do is force the horse into the trailer. You don’t want to make any part of your training program scary to the horse. You just stay at the shoulder and calmly walk into the trailer.
Loading a horse in a trailer is not an accomplishment. Trailer your horse with his safety in mind. From training to load to trailer maintenance to on-the-road travel tips, we outline how to haul your horse near and far safely. The Latest. 10 Tips for Traveling Solo With Your Horse.
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We even have video monitoring systems so you can keep an eye on your horse while you're on the road. Prior to loading your horse, inspect your trailer for bee and hornet’s nests.
They can be built virtually overnight, and you don’t want to lock your horse into a trailer with an active nest. Each time you prepare to haul your horse, double check your hookup, emergency braking system and safety chains, and that the directional, road and.
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An additional consideration with a gooseneck trailer is weight. If your trailer and towing vehicle reach a certain weight, you may be required to obtain a commercial license to haul with it.
Check out our tips and checklist for buying a gooseneck trailer. When most people think about trailering their horse somewhere, the first thing that comes to mind is whether the horse will get in the trailer in the first place. Then they think about whether he will get in the trailer to get home. The way to get ahead of this game is to consider the trailer from the horse's perspective before you buy the trailer in the first place.
Whether you are in the market for your first horse trailer loan or just looking to upgrade your current one, choosing the right trailer is essential for your horse’s comfort and safety.
With so many trailers on the market today, trailer shopping can seem overwhelming. We’ve put together a list of things to look for when you’re choosing your horse’s next ride. Do your best to complete each activity and answer the questions. You may need additional resources for some activities.
The internet, magazines, books, videos and DVDs, information from breed associations and feed manufacturers can help you. The public library, other horse enthusiasts and your extension center will have more information.
It is important to make sure that your hitch is properly rated to handle the full load of your horse trailer and tongue weight. Also, make sure that your tow vehicle is up to the challenge.
An improperly matched tow vehicle, hitch, and trailer can cause disaster on the. Before you haul your horse, be sure to review our pre-trip checklist to make sure you have everything you need for your horse trailer.
Wheel bearings serviced. (service every 12 mos./12, miles, carry spare bearing set). Tires in good condition. (look for dry rot, replace every 3. There are some legitimate reasons why horses do not like horse trailers. To a horse, even the most open, spacious trailer is still a small, confined space.
Being a flight animal, nature has wired horses to be claustrophobic in order to protect them from predators. Because trailers are off the ground on wheels, climbing inside is a bit unnerving to a horse as the trailer moves around.
That makes the horse associate the trailer in a negative way instead of a positive way. Now As your horse figures it out more, you’ll ask for a little more with each step, and get a little more particular. Once he’s comfortable with his front feet in the trailer, you’ll put some pressure to get the back feet in.
When looking into the purchase of a two-horse straight-load trailer, consider the size of your horse. For example, if you have a large Irish Sport Horse, a straight-load may be a poor choice because it will make for a tight squeeze. If you have a smaller breed, like a Quarter Horse, he will fit comfortably and experience less stress.