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Six Horse Trailers: Your Local eBay Deals

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Tough-1 Horse Trailer Jack Stand Wedge for up to 6 Ton Trailers 6" x 24" Black

Tough-1 Horse Trailer Jack Stand Wedge for up to 6 Ton Trailers 6" x 24" Black

PayPal - $46.48 6d 19h 1m
Tough-1 Horse Trailer Jack Stand for up to 6 Ton Trailers 6 x 24 Yellow

Tough-1 Horse Trailer Jack Stand for up to 6 Ton Trailers 6 x 24 Yellow

PayPal - $46.48 6d 14h 30m
Trailer-Aid Wheel Chock Light Med

Trailer-Aid Wheel Chock Light Med

PayPal - $6.95 19d 9h 57m
BRAND NEW 6 X 12 WOOD SIDE LANDSCAPE HIGH SIDE TRAILER WITH GATE!!!

BRAND NEW 6 X 12 WOOD SIDE LANDSCAPE HIGH SIDE TRAILER WITH GATE!!!

PayPal - $1,399.00 21d 12h 16m
Eagle #6 with American Flag for Jeep,  RV,  trailer and more (all sizes available)

Eagle #6 with American Flag for Jeep, RV, trailer and more (all sizes available)

PayPal - $69.99 26d 14h 46m
6 Aluminum Tie down D Rings Ring Loop Rope Boat Horse Trailer Marine TieDown

6 Aluminum Tie down D Rings Ring Loop Rope Boat Horse Trailer Marine TieDown

PayPal - $31.99 5d 23h 53m
Fabtron 1" Wide Flat Nylon Adjustable Trailer Tie 24" with Bull and Panic Snap

Fabtron 1" Wide Flat Nylon Adjustable Trailer Tie 24" with Bull and Panic Snap

PayPal - $15.00 15d 17h 49m
Tough-1 Adjustable Trailer Tie 6 Pack

Tough-1 Adjustable Trailer Tie 6 Pack

PayPal - $65.27 13d 11h 47m
W-W Cattle Trailer Tarp Top fits 20' x 6' wide Gooseneck

W-W Cattle Trailer Tarp Top fits 20' x 6' wide Gooseneck

PayPal - $347.00 26d 12h 45m
Gooseneck Cattle Stock Trailer Canvas Tarp Top Cover fits 24' x 6' wide

Gooseneck Cattle Stock Trailer Canvas Tarp Top Cover fits 24' x 6' wide

PayPal - $403.00 19d 13h 23m

 

How to Train Your Horse To Trailer Load
If you're having trouble loading your horse, I strongly suggest the investment of $4.99 in my trailer-training course.

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- 5 days, 5 chapters
- Learn at your own pace

An excerpt from Trailer Training: An Easy guide to the Proven Methods of John Lyons:

Along this vein, a neat trick I learned from John and Josh Lyons is something you can do when you reach the point of being able to load "almost" the whole horse. More often than not, your horse will load "most of himself" the first times he plants all four feet within the trailer. He's in, but his butt is sticking out just enough that you can't close the door. To overcome this stalemate, begin placing the horse in the trailer for one second, then unload the horse and allow it to stand outside (nose pointed in) for another 59 seconds before reloading. The next time the horse goes in for two seconds, out for 58. Continue like this until you've build to a full minute. This helps because it really stokes in the horse the idea of "Let me just get on, already!" It also helps quell fear: Just as when you put on the saddle or mount up the first time, the horse has no idea if this is a "forever thing" so it's a good idea to slowly build toward your goal. When you've reached a minute and the horse is simply standing inside the trailer, calmly, go ahead and close the butt bar and trailer door, then open it again right away, pause and unload the horse. Put your horse back in for two minutes, off for one, on for three, off for one, etc. Get your horse on there for ten or twenty calm minutes and you'll be on the road, so' to speak.

If you find yourself deadlocked at any time during the trailer-training process or fear that your horse might prove extra troublesome before you even begin, put this extra step into your training: Practice loading your horse without a trailer. Teach the Go Forward cue as described in Day One. Be careful to not "pull the horse" with the lead rope but, rather, teach the horse that your cue means "drive forward with your back legs." Next, find a surface to "load him onto." For instance, from the grass onto your driveway, from his stall to the aisle, etc. That will keep you seeing things objectively and prove to you that you have control, that you can cause your horse to walk past you and into a space you've picked. Remember, you won't be (shouldn't be) walking onto your trailer with your horse when he's asked to load; you'll say "go forward" and the horse will continue up and in. Keep that sequence in mind as you practice beforehand.

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