With clear text and detailed photography, Cherry Hill guides you through each and every step in preparing for safe, low-stress traveling. You'll learn how to select a truck and trailer; train a horse to enter, exit, and travel in a trailer; pack the right gear and emergency equipment; drive safely while pulling a trailer; and care for a horse en route.Although electric brakes are most common, some manufacturers offer the option of vacuuma#39; hydraulic brakes. Electric trailer brakes are wired ... If the trailer were to separate from the truck, the cable would pull taut, and the pin would pull out of the switch and activate the trailer brakes. In order to work properly, the breakaway cable should be slightly longer than the safety chains. That way, if the trailer hitchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Trailering Your Horse|
|Author||:||Cherry Hill, Richard Klimesh|
|Publisher||:||Storey Publishing - 2012-11-12|