I would love to ride there but I still don't have a trailer but I'm still looking. It's not that far from where I live. I guess I'm going to have to put out the big bucks if I ever find a decent trailer. lol. Maybe I will have one soon.
Have you checked out craigslist? They usually have several on there, bumperpulls and goosenecks, 2,3, or 4 horse, various prices. You don't have to spring for new when there are so many good used ones out there.
Yes, I check craigslist every day and everything else that has ads. Just haven't found one yet but I'm looking. I don't want new but I don't want a rattletrap either. lol It seems that rattletraps are about all I can afford because I have to buy a truck too. I have a Honda Element and you can't pull a trailer with that thing. LOL. Maybe I'll luck up one of these days and find one.
Julie, I live in Lobelville, it's about 7 or 8 miles off the interstate at the Buffalo exit 143. Do you come up I40 and get off at the Turney Center exit?(can't think of the exit number) If so, it would be a few miles out of your way. You can go to Centerville or Hohenwald from here but it's 2 lane highway.
A friend that I rode with today has a very nice CM, gray, straight-load, two horse trailer. He's selling it because he wants a four-horse with living quarters. He's on this website, so if you are interested in a used two horse trailer, send a message to Ron Wright.
I don't know how quickly he is selling it; he hasn't purchased a four horse yet. He always told me that he intended to keep it along with getting a four-horse but he is now worried about storage space. Good luck with that, you will be quite luck if you get it, I think it's a really nice bumper pull, two horse that's small, compact and easy to pull around.
There's another trailer for sale on Old Hillsboro Rd (just south of Hwy 96) in Franklin, it's a white goose-neck, slant load....I think the price tag on it is about $10K. I'll take a picture of it with my black berry the next time I pass it if it sounds interesting to you.