In today’s mobile horse industry, horses are trailered as part of a daily routine at many horse operations. The primary destination is probably horse shows, but horse owners also have to trailer horses to veterinarians, farriers, breeding farms or to a trail for an enjoyable ride.
A horse that will not trailer has limited usefulness. Many considerations and decisions have to be made to trailer your horse properly and safely. The vehicle to pull the trailer, the type of trailer and training the horse to load and trailer are important considerations that will be addressed in this fact sheet.
"TNH3001-Tips on Trailering Your Horse," The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service, TNH-3001 2/03 E12-4415-00-017-03, http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_agexani/27