Used Bison 4 Horse Trailer
Used 2012 Bison 4 Horse Slant
6' Living Quarters
All Horse Trailers, except those sold AS IS, will be run through our shop AFTER they are sold. Pickup/delivery time is based on shop schedule at the time you buy.
2012 Bison Horse Trailer For Sale
This Horse Trailer has been sold.
Please use the search fields on the left to search for another trailer or email
us to let us know what you're looking for.
Please review all features with a salesperson. We try our best, but sometimes features and weights get mislisted. Thank you!
- 6' Shortwall
- 11' Longwall
- Walk-thru Door
- Fresh Water
- Gray Water Holding
- Black Water Holding
- Water Heater
- LP Tank(s)
- Wired for 110v power
- Steel Frame/Aluminum Skin
- Manual Jack
- Spare Tire
- Pressure Treated Wood Floor
- 7000# Axles
Dimensions & Weights are approximate
- Outside Width: 7'
- Inside Height: 7'
- Box Length: 24'
- Empty Weight: 7500 lbs.
- GVWR: 17500 lbs.
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Floorplan shows basic layout. Features may vary. We will happy to verify features with you!!
Escape door first horse. Drop feed doors/bars.
Manual single leg jack. 1 full LP tank. 1 battery. Spare.
View of kitchen, bathroom from entry
View from bathroom door. Bench seat.
Kitchen--Microwave, cooktop, 1 bowl sink, small fridge/freezer, storage.
Bathroom view from LQ
Bathroom view from walk thru, left to right: Toilet, door, cabinet, shower
60/40 rear doors for easy loading. Cam latches. Sliding window/s. Load light/s.
Wraparound rear doors. Collapsible rear tack, removable saddle rack for loading golf cart, etc.
4 tier saddle rack
Steel dividers. Pads. Slam latches. Walls insulated/paneled. Heavy duty wall, floor mats.
Steel stud panel first divider
Walk thru door. Escape door first horse, interior.
What our customers say...Sean thanks so much for your efforts in resolving this issue. Life happens, some good, some not, this is a minor issue as long as I get updates I am a patient person.
Thanks again for everyones help in this matter. My husband tells me this trailer pulls better than the others we have had both Sundowners. One thing about the Sundowners I did not like is nothing was sealed around the pipes. In the Lakota everything is sealed. We love our Lakota and DHMCO. Everyone at the ride admired how good looking and efficiently things are laid out inside and outside. The storage is amazing and when we arrived it was not a mad dash getting things off the bed and put in other places before we could go to bed. Whoever designed these trailers must have been horse riders and campers it is so great to have a water outlet on the outside to water the horses and dogs. So many small things about the trailer were so well thought out. Our three Aussies thought they were in heaven because they were not banished to the horse area or their picket line during the day but got to lay around in the front with us if they wanted. I had complete strangers come up and want to see inside and it was a pleasure to show because I did not have things lying all around as everything has a place so it always looks nice. Everyone wanted to know what model it was and where we bought it. Of course we told them it came from the same place our last one came from, Dixie Horse and Mule Company, and they would be more than happy to show them a new Lakota.
I will always be a big fan of DHMCO because of the outstanding people from the sales and accounting departments to the guys like Sean and Joel who take care of us after the sale. Now, I am a big fan of Lakota trailers and my searching is done for my lifetime trailer... until I see a new Lakota model in a 2 or 3 years dont tell my husband about that last part.
Go out there and make it a great day,