A few of you may remember a few years back when I purchased my very first Hart Trailer. Not only was it my first Hart, but it was also the very first horse trailer that I ever purchased. Before this time I was using and sharing a trailer with my parents and my sister who I also hauled with.
If you are not familiar with how I came to purchase a Hart trailer, please check out my original photo journal and blog right here.
You can see my post regarding my trailer nearly a year ago right here.
Why another update post? Well, because our lives change. Our needs change. In a year, a ton has changed in my life as a horse owner and a barrel racer. My life looks entirely different than it did when I very first purchased my trailer and even from the last time that I posted on it. In light of our 2018 Series, #StoriesFromTheHart, I thought what better a time than now to go over my story and my thoughts on my personal Hart trailer?
So that is exactly what I intend to do. SOON. How many horses am I hauling? How am I using my trailer today? Does my trailer still work for me? Do I still love my Hart trailer? Would I change anything now that I’ve had it nearly 5 years? (P.S. My Hart Trailer anniversary, the moment when I became an official Hart Trailer OWNER is April, 12th. Do you know yours?)
Stay tuned because this April I will be posting a pretty in depth look at my trailer as a five year old and I’ll be taking the time to sit down and tell my Hart Story as it looks today. As 2018 is now upon us, my girls and I are ready to hit the road and that means lots of miles. Will my trailer up for the task? You know the answer to that but just in case you don’t, check back next month for an in depth look! I’ll take you guys inside and outside, scratches, blemishes and all. We like to keep it real around here and we aren’t afraid to show you a trailer as it ages. We want you to know exactly what you’re getting and what you can expect out of your Hart trailer.
In the mean time, here is a throwback picture of myself and one of my mares at the 2016 Doxa Extreme Rodeo that Hart is a massive sponsor of. Photo courtesy of Oklahoma Horses. If you guys haven’t made it out the last two years, be sure and make plans for August of 2018! Last year we had an AWESOME group of trailers there!
Until next time,