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Special Vans Haul Horses from the Fairgrounds

Blog commentary by Tom Berg, Senior Contributing Editor

“If a trailer’s not full, they make it full” with tack and other items needed where the horses are going. In this case, it’s to winter quarters in central Florida, more than 900 miles away.

November 28, 2017

For horse trailers, corrosion resistance is important because of urine. Strength is, too, so trailer structures don’t twist on rough ground and its doors can freely open. Learn more in Tom Berg's Trailer Talk blog.

Tags: Vans, Trailers, Specialty Vehicles, Horse Hauling

Author: Tom Berg | Posted @ Tuesday, November 28, 2017 12:57 PM | » Comments(0)

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