I've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of my new trailer. It was completed last week and arrived yesterday. It was cutting it close to have it ready for going to the clinic but we're under the wire. Ed and I drove to get it today.
Ask me if I slept last night?
Hint: I did not.
Ed and I went to Wallace McNutt trailer sales this afternoon. I have to say that I loved dealing with them. They were helpful and professional and made it all so easy to drop a bunch of cash on the horse's new limo:
I had some trouble lining up to hitch it but it's a different perspective then my own, plus there were people watching. That's a sure recipe for failure. Anyway, I drove it home and I have to say it towed nicely. Obviously more heavy then my previous (european) trailer but once I got used to it, it handled well.
|Belle checking out the tack room|
The tack room is not huge but it will hold a lot. Especially once I get it customized.
I loved the hardware and how substantial it all was. Everything fits together nicely and it all locks.
Lots of room for the horses and there's ventilation in the top and the side windows. It's also insulated so it should be great in the summer.
Now I have to get it packed up for this weekend. I see more sleepless nights ahead.