Horse Trailers: South Dakota
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Home > New & Used Horse Trailers for Sale SD / South Dakota

 

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

Q: How can I find horse trailer dealers in Kansas City, MO?
A: Easy, click on the links in the left column. In this case click on "Missouri" 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 Oklahoma?
A: Use the links in the left column. For instance, clicking on "Oklahoma" will bring you to a live listing of eBay horse trailers near you in Oklahoma. (Walk-in dealerships are listed first; scroll down for eBay auctions.)


 

Your local dealers (List your dealership):

Bath Belle Fourche Black Hawk Brandon
Chamberlain Clark Gregory Humboldt
Mitchell Rapid City Sioux Falls Watertown
Wessington Yankton

 

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

South Dakota

 

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Round Pen First Steps
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 $5.99 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 "Round Pen First Steps":

Can you consistently get your horse to stop with his body parallel to the fence? Great! Let's move on: Stop your horse (again, his body aligned to the fence) and walk out in front of him. At this point, our goal becomes simply this: Get the horse to look at you with two eyes. Why two and not one? You'll find quickly (when attempting this) that the horse is adept at keeping one eye on you, another on the exit. (It's a prey animal thing.) Check out those ears, they'll tell you where the eyes are looking. Keeping two eyes on you means the horse is tuned into you not the exit, not the horse in the next pen. You must insist on "two eyes" throughout this next part whenever you make a request.

Stand in front of the horse and ask him to look at you with both eyes. If he's looking away, get his attention back onto you by calling to him, waving your arms, snapping your fingers... whatever. Pause and wait. He'll look away. The moment he does, call the two eyes back again. If your horse is prone to running around like a spaz case, then take it easy here and use what little it takes to get the eyes back on you. But, by the same token, don't be afraid to do what it takes to get those eyes back on you. He can't be allowed to ignore you. Trust me, everybody falls into this trap: You've worked hard to get the horse stopped; you don't want to cause him to run off but he can't be allowed to ignore you, so wake him up if you have to. (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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