First, I love my trailer, but I am changing my hobby priorities from field trialing to traveling with my wife. I have another trailer to mess around with the horses locally.
My trailer is a solid road machine and modified to handle any place you end up. New 8k axles 6 months ago, solid aluminum plates under entirety of both gray and black water tanks. I pulled all pipes up and the levers come out through apron, so nothing can drag and break! Led lights on all sides for those late nights pulling in. The slideout is my favorite feature and I have never had an issue.
Horsetrailer 1999 Featherlite
* Featherlite 9683
* 30’ Gooseneck, 8’ Wide
* Insulated Roof
* Mid Tack
* Rear Tack with 4 saddle swing out
* 13’ Living Quarters
* 6’ Slideout
* Stand up shower
* Vanity with Sink
* 30 gallon water tank
* 2 burner gas stove with hood/fan/light
* Dual kitchen sinks
* Hot water heater
* Roof mounted Air Conditioner
* Propane heater with thermostat
* Alpine stereo with USB/IPod hookups - Indoor and Outdoor Bose Speakers
* Queen bed in bunk
* Large Built in Onan generator - gasoline
* Hay rack
* Solid aluminum ‘skid plates’ protecting gray and black water tanks. Nothing hanging underneath apron.
* Brand new pair of 8k axles with hydraulic brakes
* Electric over Hydraulic converter - stops great!
* G-rated tires
* LED lights on rear
* 5 LED Floodlights - 2 on each side, 1 in rear
* 18’ two-step awning - 2 yrs old - simple!
* 3 Horse stalls with mangers, drop down doors, dividers