New Lakota 4 Horse Trailer
This Horse Trailer has been sold.
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- 12' Shortwall
- 17' Longwall
- Walk-thru Door
- Bathroom Sink
- Fresh Water
- Gray Water Holding
- Black Water Holding
- Water Heater
- LP Tank(s)
- Wired for 110v power
- All Aluminum Construction
- Hydraulic Jack
- Spare Tire
- Corrugated Aluminum Floor
- 8000# Axles
Dimensions & Weights are approximate
- Outside Width: 8'
- Inside Height: 7'
- Box Length: 30'
- Empty Weight: 10775 lbs.
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Floorplans are a general representation of the layout and may not be exact.
Glide open. Escape door first horse. Drop feed doors/bars. Under manger storage.
Drop feed doors open
Enclosed GN drop with sliding doors
Hydraulic dual leg jack. 2 full LP tanks. Spare.
2 batteries. Spare.
Flush floor glide, at left. Steps up to bed. Kitchen at right.
Swing out TV, viewable from bedroom or LQ.
Sofa sleeper on flush floor glide
Kitchen--Microwave, cooktop with oven, 2 bowl sink, large fridge/freezerstorage.
Kitchen viewed from sofa
Sleeper made into bed
Large vanity area
Bathroom, left to right: Shower at far left, closet door, walk thru door, toilet
Open walk thru door
Neo-angle shower with glass door
View from walk thru door
Closet to right of shower
Interior of bathroom closet
60/40 rear doors for easy loading. Butterfly latches. Sliding window in loading door.
Wraparound rear doors. Collapsible rear tack, removable saddle rack for loading golf cart, etc.
4 tier saddle rack
Aluminum dividers. Pads. Slam latches. Walls insulated/paneled. Heavy duty floor mats.
Aluminum stud panel first divider
Walk thru door to LQ. Escape door first horse, interior.
Open walk thru door
Feed manger. Drop feed door/bars.
What our customers say...All I can say is WOW! And my girlfriend can only say nice things about the improved quality of Sundowner so she was the critic that gave this trailer two thumbs up!
Please tell Don what a professional and pleasurable experience it has been to work with all of you. Rodney did a great job of showing us around and I had my friend here to help go through the inspection.
I love this trailer and while I am still intimidated by it's massiveness I hope to get used to it. I have been driving gooseneck trailers since I was fifteen - so I am not worried - I have already had folks come by and ask about renting it - so if it does not work out I may work with you later on a swap with a 27 footer. I am not sure we can get it into the space where the Kiefer went but that's my problem - not yours!
So all I can say is WOW - what a beautiful and comfortable trailer we now own!
Tell Don I retire next year and may be available to be your East Coast rep or liaison - and while I am sort of joking - you will get nothing but high praise from me! I hope I can bring you in some sales in appreciation - just think of me as a satisfied customer - not interested in any kind of a commission but keep your eye out for me on a nice light-weight two-horse gooseneck with dressing room just give me a little time to absorb the cost of this trailer!. For now I will keep my Kiefer - I don't think it is worth much and it is certainly lightweight.
Again - what a pleasure this experience has been, and my hat's off to all the folks at Dixie Horse and Mule Company who assisted us!
Very Respectfully and Warmly - Mary and Archy Miller