Horse Trailers: Hawaii
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Find horse trailer dealerships near you AND local trailers being sold on eBay. For example: 

Q: How can I find horse trailer dealers in Columbus, OH?
A: Easy, click on the links in the left column. In this case click on "Ohio" for a listing of local walk-in dealerships listed city-by-city.

Q: Tons of trailers are being sold on eBay at great prices - but how do I find those selling near me in Pennsylvania?
A: Use the links in the left column. For instance, clicking on "Pennsylvania" will bring you to a live listing of eBay horse trailers near you in Pennsylvania. (Walk-in dealerships are listed first; scroll down for eBay auctions.)


Your local dealers (List your dealership):

Ele Ele Kamuela


Available now on eBay (local results, most within 250 miles):



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Trailer Training Horses
Horse owners and riders: If you'd like to put a solid foundation on your horse - or finally put an end to a nagging training issue, I would suggest the investment of $4.99 in one of my downloadable books:

- Download and print from your home computer
- 5 days, 5 chapters
- Learn at your own pace

An excerpt from "Trailer Training Horses":

Once your horse will load onto the trailer and stand there quietly, open and close some hatches or windows, rock the trailer lightly, hop up and down, etc. Do this before you've actually closed him in (the rear door is still open, the butt bar is not engaged). He may hop out with the extra excitement but it's better to deal with it now than when you're on the road the first time. If he decides to back out, you'll just need to continue this process, easing up to where you can simulate "road noise and conditions" without the horse having an issue. From there you can close the butt bar or chain and the rear door. Go around and tie him if he ties. (Don't tie your horse if he can't be tied. See "Notes on Tying," Day Five.)

Finally, start up your truck and slowly drive your horse around. Be careful to make your turns gradual (large, sweeping arcs) and to go easy on the brakes until your horse develops some sense of balance. (Have somebody drive just you, the human, around in the back of the trailer and you'll soon see how difficult it is to keep your balance when you can't see turns and stops coming. It'll give you empathy with your horse, that's for sure.) Give yourself (and your horse) several sessions of "just driving around" to help him adjust to this new situation. If you've got an event coming up, you will be well-served to invest the time it takes to practice in the days (better, weeks) preceding. (rpt)

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Other available courses include:

Your Foal: Essential Training
Stop Bucking (reviews)
Round Pen: First Steps (reviews)
Rein In Your Horse's Speed (For Owners of Nervous or Bolting Horses) (reviews)
Trailer Training (read the reviews)


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