Horse Trailers: Kansas
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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 Akron, 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 Idaho?
A: Use the links in the left column. For instance, clicking on "Idaho" will bring you to a live listing of eBay horse trailers near you in Idaho. (Walk-in dealerships are listed first; scroll down for eBay auctions.)


Your local dealers (List your dealership):

Alma Cheney Chetopa Cunningham
Dighton Downs Edgerton El Dorado
Elkhart Fort Scott Frankfort Girard
Grainfield Hill City Hillsboro Ludell
Manhattan Mc Cune Ness City Plains
Topeka Wa Keeney Waterville Wellington


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


2000 Sooner Chism 3 horse trailer with sleeping quarters

2000 Sooner Chism 3 horse trailer with sleeping quarters

MOCC - $12,500.00 3d 18h 3m


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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":

When your horse will walk and "load himself" onto a flat surface, find a surface that would require him to take a step up, mocking the initial step he'll later take into the trailer. Have you got steps somewhere? Ask the horse to "load" first his front foot, then later both front feet onto the first step before backing him away. Loading onto a solid surface, then "unloading" will be good prep and have the bonus effect of improving his leading manners. It does wonders for teaching your horse to become mindful of "What's Next?" If you can actually find a surface large enough to safely hold the horse, then try "loading him up" onto that, then ask him to back down. It's easy to see how that sort of practice, under such a controlled situation, will pay off later when he's asked to back out (and probably down from) your trailer.

Take this a step further and load the horse across or over something. Cannibalize your jumps, place the poles across your path, then ask the horse to in a controlled manner step first across the poles, then back again. Walk around your place, scouting. Use your imagination. Backing up is not a natural act for your horse. Anything you can do to gain control over the movements of your horse's feet will have a payoff. (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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