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Horton Horsemen Trailers
 MrTruck, txdad, windy Last Activity 2014-08-01 6:49 PM
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Subject : Horton Horsemen Trailers
Posted : 2010-02-23 8:37 AM
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Looking for manufacturing information about Horton Horsemen trailers. I am not familiar with that brand and cannot find out any information on the web. Any help would be appreciated.

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Subject : RE: Horton Horsemen Trailers
Posted : 2010-02-23 9:27 AM
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Subject : RE: Horton Horsemen Trailers
Posted : 2010-02-23 12:45 PM
Post #116934 - In reply to #116921

Horton horse trailers are no longer. We had one, it was a 2004, and we really liked it. We don't have it anymore, because we needed a bigger one in the living quarters. Ours was a weekender package. The potty and shower were all in one and we didn't have a couch or booth or anything. Very well made. The nice thing was they totatlly insulated the back where the horses were. That company still makes car trailers and just open trailers, but no horse trailers. The flooring where the horses were was just awesome. Easy to clean and nice for the horses. I wish our trailer now had that, but it doesn't. If they would have stayed in business we would have bought another one. We really liked ours. Hope this helps.

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Subject : RE: Horton Horsemen Trailers
Posted : 2010-02-23 12:59 PM
Post #116935 - In reply to #116934

Thank you for the reply. I am planning to look at a used one. I was wondering what the flooring was like as the pictures did not really show the detail. The floor is the first item I check out when looking at a trailer - my horses safety and comfort on the long hauls come before my comforts. Your response has peaked my interest a little bit more. Dave D.
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