I love this trailer and keep it sparkling clean partly because… anal… but mostly because I camp in it at shows (no water but it’s insulated and I have electric). At shows I’ll either put the bedding in the far back corner or if just add it to the stall and set aside a half bag for coming home. Also, I keep a blower in the trailer to speed up the cleaning!
The tracks were easy to put up, harder to line up with support beams, so I settled for making sure at least one set was drilled into a support beam. Definitely take off the hooks, they love to pop off when there’s a breeze but they do store nicely in your water buckets if you need a storage space. If you have a bumper pull about the smarter thing you can do is as a shelf in the nose above the windows. It’s amazing how much you can store up there (need sure it has a lip). And if it’s a wire shelf well mounted, you can hang all sorts of things from it as well.
Sorry, big D for the blanket bag turned harness bag (link below)! I did have to cover that clear panel with gorilla tape because it tore almost immediately, but it was ridiculously cheap compared to every other large bag or harness bag and that was with the monogram. I did notice now it’s nylon instead of cordura. And if you buy a cheap black blanket off Amazon, that works perfectly to protect the harness and you don’t get any colored bits of fluff on it (I also use black pillow cases as dust covers on the nice headstall as well. I generally transport the presentation harness in the bag on the floor of the presentation carriage. The headstalls and twins are in the zilco bag on a hook, that leaves only the saddle, breeching and breast plate/traces to go on the rolling saddle carrier that lives in the center nose of the trailer.
It’s an amazingly intricate dance that I can put me, a corgi, a fjord, an e bike, 2 carriages, 2 harnesses, dressage saddle full bridle, snaffle bridle, hay, grain, all the stuff that goes with marathon, a VERY wide brim fancy hat, cot, airbed, mattress topper (we are not heathens, the bed must be comfy), George’s dog bed, mini fridge, air fryer/oven thing, Keurig, Coleman grill, plates utensils, WINE GLASSES AND WINE, 2 coolers for marathon ice and drink storage…andeverythingelse and it all fits in an F250 and a 2+1 BP trailer. But I end up staying in it for 5 nights regularly and one 10 day stretch, so that’s a lot of hotel $$$ saved!
Here’s the closest I could find to the chick’s bag, but keep checking chicks, I bet they will come back. Besides, once you look on the site your FB page will happily remind you 1 or 10,000 times