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by Kent Sundling
Denver, Colo.

The picture to the right is my paint mare and her new colt. I like the idea of having corrals wherever I need them. While trail riding last summer, I thought I was being nice to my mare, giving her some room on a lead rope tied to my trailer to do some grazing. Well as you horse veterans already know, that doesn’t work. She jerked her halter and busted free. Some horses work well with the spring loaded arms attached to trailers but my mare needs a corral to be safe. Portable corrals make traveling with your horses a whole lot easier. They are ideal for trail riding and getting as far away from the crowd as possible. Travel N Corrals are galvanized steel, made to last decades. The best steel trailers have galvanized steel frames. The round tube posts dig on the ground to stay put. Full length 4-foot panel connecting tubes are simple to connect and open your corrals at any panel you want.

Precious four-legged friends are safe with Travel N Corrals. They are light enough (15 lbs) for easy setup, strong enough for piece of mind.

The optional corral bucket holder comes in handy. You can use it on your Travel N Corrals or at home on your standard corrals. The bucket brackets fold flat against the panels without the bucket in them.

Trail riding and Travel N Corrals go hand in hand. Easy to take with you, easy to setup. Horses tied to a trailer for hours can cause problems. Having your horses relaxed in a roomy corral when you’re not riding makes it easier to relax and take that nap. Sleep well at night with your corrals placed where you want them and in plain site of your trailer bedroom window.

If you go to high school rodeo’s, you will see portable corrals everywhere. Families enjoying each other and security for the horses when everyone is running around with different events.

Easy to haul and attach to your trailer. Picture above has eight, 7′ panels on my trailer. Panel leg brackets mount to the trailer fender, top of the panels can be tied to your horse ties on the trailer.

You can manage your corrals to your horses behavior. If you have horses that push each other, you may want to separate them in two corrals.

Renting stalls as your travel can be inconvenient and who knows if the previous horses had strangles or worse.

Travel N Corrals are 4 ft. tall to work with most horses. When you’re out camping in the woods, at least my woods in the Rockies there are bears and mountain lions. Now it’s not a normal threat, but if the animals with big claws comes to your camp, you do want your horses to be able to escape if their lives are threatened.

You don’t want to break Mustangs in these corrals but your broke horses will be fine.

Full length connecting steel tubes make the hinges, allowing you to open the corrals at each panel.

The picture to the right is my paint mare and her new colt. I like the idea of having corrals wherever I need them. While trail riding last summer, I thought I was being nice to my mare, giving her some room on a lead rope tied to my trailer to do some grazing. Well as you horse veterans already know, that doesn’t work. She jerked her halter and busted free. Some horses work well with the spring loaded arms attached to trailers but my mare needs a corral to be safe. Portable corrals make traveling with your horses a whole lot easier. They are ideal for trail riding and getting as far away from the crowd as possible. Travel N Corrals are galvanized steel, made to last decades. The best steel trailers have galvanized steel frames. The round tube posts dig on the ground to stay put. Full length 4-foot panel connecting tubes are simple to connect and open your corrals at any panel you want.

Precious four-legged friends are safe with Travel N Corrals. They are light enough (15 lbs) for easy setup, strong enough for piece of mind.

The optional corral bucket holder comes in handy. You can use it on your Travel N Corrals or at home on your standard corrals. The bucket brackets fold flat against the panels without the bucket in them.

Trail riding and Travel N Corrals go hand in hand. Easy to take with you, easy to setup. Horses tied to a trailer for hours can cause problems. Having your horses relaxed in a roomy corral when you’re not riding makes it easier to relax and take that nap. Sleep well at night with your corrals placed where you want them and in plain site of your trailer bedroom window.

If you go to high school rodeo’s, you will see portable corrals everywhere. Families enjoying each other and security for the horses when everyone is running around with different events.

Easy to haul and attach to your trailer. Picture above has eight, 7′ panels on my trailer. Panel leg brackets mount to the trailer fender, top of the panels can be tied to your horse ties on the trailer.

You can manage your corrals to your horses behavior. If you have horses that push each other, you may want to separate them in two corrals.

Renting stalls as your travel can be inconvenient and who knows if the previous horses had strangles or worse.

Travel N Corrals are 4 ft. tall to work with most horses. When you’re out camping in the woods, at least my woods in the Rockies there are bears and mountain lions. Now it’s not a normal threat, but if the animals with big claws comes to your camp, you do want your horses to be able to escape if their lives are threatened.

You don’t want to break Mustangs in these corrals but your broke horses will be fine.

Full length connecting steel tubes make the hinges, allowing you to open the corrals at each panel.


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