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Loading a Horse Into a Trailer - Horse Training Videos, DVDs, & Expert Interviews | EasyHorseTraining.com

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Loading a horse trailer can be simple… or it could be traumatic for you and your horse! Here’s a hint: make it simple!

So many members wrote in and asked us “How can I load a horse trailer with ease?” that we made a dedicated video training to show you how. This video training will show you how to trailer load your horse with ease.

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So, if you’ve ever struggled to get your horse into a trailer, wondered how to make it as safe and comfortable as possible for your horse, or if you just want to get some tips and brush up on your skills, this trailer loading training is for you!

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Leave A Reply (2 comments so far)


  1. caro

    The discussion by Rick Gore re the fight or flight endorphin rush was very interesting teaching that systems shutting down and narrow vision is what happens when the basic flight instinct kicks in. Trailering needs to be a step by step process.
    I notice that you dont use a poll guard or travelling boots or bandages when trailering?
    Pity about the bad wind interference with the dialogue.


    • admin

      We don’t use a lot of fancy tools or tricks because ideally our horses should be able to travel with enough confidence that injuries are a thing of the past! You’re so right about trailering being a step by step process. It’s all about the horse gaining enough confidence and comfort to ride safely and soundly.

      ~A