Trailer Loading Is Dangerous and Steve Shows You How to Be Safe
When it takes seven grown men to coerce a mule into a trailer, you know you have a problem. Mules are wild animals that we’ve trained and being in the back of a trailer that will eventually move at 70mph is not natural. You don’t want to force your mule into the trailer, but rather, you want to train your mule to understand that the trailer will be the most comfortable place for them to live.
In this video Steve covers the following:
- Halter training
- Come-A-Long Hitch
- Leading with a Come-A-Long Hitch
- Your Comfort Zone
- Affection for Mules
- Leading to the Trailer
- Going In and Out of the Trailer
- Rope Halter
Leslie Ricketts (verified owner) –
My Rio walks in and out of my trailer just fine…but what if someday he decides “no go”? That’s why I got this video. Very sound safety advice. A COME ALONG HITCH is a must have !!! Rio gives up his own opinions without question when it is on him. Thanks for the knots shown.