It’s easy to lose your temper when teaching a horse to load in a trailer. Unfortunately, getting impatient is the worst thing you can do. The late Bill Van Norman insists that you need to take your time and keep your temper when teaching your horse to trailer load. Bill offers his valuable advice in AQHA’s FREE report, Horse Trailer Loading Tips. http://americashorsedaily.com/free-report-horse-trailer-loading-tips/
Bounce Dryer Sheets = no more Nose Flies or Mosquitoes. We tie them on our bridles while riding or we use a light cotton string when the horses are grazing or in the corral. The light cotton string is tied loosely around their necks and breaks easily if they get caught. Change to a fresh dryer sheet each day. These really work!! www.thenativecowgirl.com
My cowboy shower in first stall of the 3 horse trailer. Just move your junk out of the way throw the mat down, hook up the propane tank and shower away. Also keeps trailer smelling fresh. Water drains out the back and we can wash/disinfect the horse area too. Great for those sweaty camp nites when roughing it just won't do. Plus everything is removeable so the space is usable for a 3rd horse. Shower unit can be hooked to a hose to give the horses (or trailer) a nice warm bath.