How to Choose the Right Horse Trailer

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Buying a horse trailer is an exciting process, but it can also be daunting if you don’t know what to look for when deciding what type of trailer best suits you and your horses’ needs. From the size and weight capacity to storage options and customization, there are many important decisions to make!

This blog post will explain what factors you should consider when buying a personal horse trailer. Read on for helpful tips and advice about selecting the best equine transport solution for your needs.

Weight Capacity and Size
The total weight of the trailer should be determined by adding the weight of your horses and any other items you plan on carrying in the trailer. This will ensure that your trailer can handle all of your cargo weight-wise. Additionally, it’s crucial to consider what vehicle you will use to tow the trailer, as it will help determine the ideal size and weight capacity for you and your horses.

Safety Features
At Imperial Trailer Sales, we pride ourselves on offering trailers with superior safety features. Our trailers are equipped with high-quality braking systems, so no matter where or how far you drive, you can trust that your horses will be safe during transit. We also offer trailers with locking mechanisms and durable constructions built from trusted materials like aluminum or steel frames which provide extra security and protection while in transit or parked at a rest stop.

Comfort Features
When it comes to comfort features, there’s no such thing as too much! Whether it’s a cushioned interior, larger windows for ventilation, or fans for cooling down on those hot summer days—all these features can make a world of difference in terms of comfort & convenience for both yourself and your horses! Other important comfort features include rubber floor mats for easy cleaning, storage compartments for your equestrian accessories and equipment, and proper divider spaces between each horse stall area. 

Imperial Trailer Sales is a fourth-generation family-owned business. We started in the 1940s as a service station and home heating oil business. From our own camping experiences, we got into selling used camping trailers during the 1950s. As an additional service, we also offer outside storage and LP gas.