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 MrTruck, txdad, windy Last Activity 2014-09-30 4:30 PM
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Greg12

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Subject : Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 12:00 PM
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I was wondering if there is anyone or a trailer dealer in the Houston, Texas area that would rent a 4 horse gooseneck with living quarters. I'm interested in renting a trailer for 7 days next year. Is there such a market out there or is it unheard of. If there is, what would be a typical rental rate?  Thanks.
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 12:07 PM
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Hello Greg .. Welcome to the forum...

I can't help you, but I'd like to discuss your point about the market.  I don't think a business would get into renting horse trailers of the type you're looking for.  There are many issues such as; appropriate tow vehicle, class of driver's license, vehicle wiring, etc.  Of course with a high enough rental price, a dealer might take a chance on you.

You might have a better chance with a private party that has a rig.



[Edited by hosspuller on 2006-10-06 12:09 PM]

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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 12:32 PM
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Hosspuller, Thanks for the reply.  That's about what I expected to hear!
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 12:45 PM
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Originally written by Greg12 on 2006-10-06 12:00 PM

I was wondering if there is anyone or a trailer dealer in the Houston, Texas area that would rent a 4 horse gooseneck with living quarters. I'm interested in renting a trailer for 7 days next year. Is there such a market out there or is it unheard of. If there is, what would be a typical rental rate? Thanks.


Probably is.
There is a market for any/everything (-:
I know the "5th wheel" travel trailer rental market survives pretty well around here. Perhaps you could enquire at a local RV rental place, most of us here just HAVE our trailers and use them, so we don't get to think about rentals.

This subject HAS come up before, perhaps a search of old threads would come up with some useful info.

Then there are the yellow pages.

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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 4:20 PM
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Greetings Greg12,

When I first read your post I thought to myself that no one does that . . . do they?  This won't help you out much but I found a place that does, in fact, have a rental program that includes LQ trailers.

Double D trailers in North Carolina has a rental program that includes LQs.  Others that may be interested can read about it here >> http://www.doubledtrailers.com/Horse_Trailer_Rentals.htm

Who knows, keep "googling" and maybe you will find some one in Texas that does it too.

Good luck


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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-06 7:45 PM
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Hey Greg- depending on when you need it, I may have one you can use. The way I've been doing lately, I'll probably be staying home a lot. Please tell me you are an AGGIE and when you think you will need a rig.
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-11 12:02 PM
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TX. Vaquero, Yes sir I'm an Aggie. I will be needing a trailer for July 15-21. It's a ways off, but I thought I'd start looking just to get a feel. Thanks for your reply. Whereabouts are you located?
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-11 12:23 PM
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Originally written by arroyoseccofarm on 2006-10-06 3:20 PM

 

 This won't help you out much but I found a place that does, in fact, have a rental program that includes LQ trailers.

Double D trailers in North Carolina has a rental program that includes LQs.  Others that may be interested can read about it here >> http://www.doubledtrailers.com/Horse_Trailer_Rentals.htm

This was an interesting piece of info.  The catch is the length of the rental.  The MINIMUM rental is 3 months.  In my situation, it's better to own the rig.


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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-11 5:37 PM
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Greg- I'm a couple of hours south of San Antonio. When I get back from OKC I'll look at the calender. What class?
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2006-10-12 3:50 PM
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Tx. Vaquero - '91.
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 10:53 AM
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I read ina previos forum that you rent your horse trailer out .. are you still in the market of doing that
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 11:20 AM
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NATDA introduced a turnkey rental program for trailer dealers wanting to get into rentals. P&P Trailers in Texas rents LQ trailers. Call Bubba @ 409.769.7992 They have a location in Beaumont, which is very close to Houston.
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 11:37 AM
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Greg12,

           My dealership does have trailer rental(thru NATDA), sorry I'm not closer.


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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 12:22 PM
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WHERE R U LOCATED

 


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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 12:23 PM
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PAMPERED HORSE- WHERE IS YOUR DEALERSHIP LOCATED
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2009-03-17 12:53 PM
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We're located @ Exit#62 off I-75 Southbound(the Dealerships 6.6 acres runs 855 ft along the exit ramp)in between Knoxville and Chattanooga TN.
www.sundowneroftn.com
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2010-12-23 4:26 PM
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Now their is a National horse trailer rental company that rents all types of horse trailers. Thay are American Horse Trailer Rental Inc. they rent everything from two horse bumper pulls to 4 horse living quarters trailers. Their number is 559-381-5357 or toll free 855-55HORSE or visit their web site www.Americanhorsetrailerrental.com
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2012-07-09 1:42 AM
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You can now rent horse Trailer From American Horse Trailer Rental inc. They have 14 locations around the United States. Horse trailers are new and follow careful maintenance plans. Visit www.Americanhorsetrailerrental.com
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2012-11-26 10:28 PM
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My 16 yr old daughter and I need a LQ rental this weekend for high school rodeo. If you you know anyone we'd be much obliged for the connection. She's an Aggie wanna be, btw. ;)

Jerry

 


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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2012-11-26 10:29 PM
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BTW...I'm a half hour north of San Antonio.
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Subject : RE: Horse Trailer Rental?
Posted : 2012-11-27 12:27 AM
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http://www.americanhorsetrailerrental.com/
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