The Sports-Treka was introduced to cater for ponies and Horses up to 16.2 hands who require a smaller, lighter trailer than the Equitrek standard range but who still desire the unique benefits of the Equitrek i.e. the large side ramp, with horses rear facing.
Standard Model Features -
Chassis: Strong steel chassis fully galvanised.
Axles: Twin-axle for stability.
Suspension: Rubber suspensions for a comfortable ride.
Wheels: Four wheels - four brakes for extra safety.
Ball Hitch: Built-in lock including auto reverse.
Floor: Aluminium plank covered with heavy duty rubber in horse area.
Body: GRP body for long maintenance-free life with rubber kicking boards.
Power: Power for this model is supplied by the towing vehicle.
Partition: Multi-position adjustable partition.
Ventilation : Three opening windows.
Lighting: Interior light.
Tie Rings: Interior: Two horse tie rings and two hay net tie rings.
Door: Grooms door with step to rear.
Ramp: Large low sprung ramp with heavy duty rubber matting and alloy
grip rails and wooden ramp doors.
Breast Bar: One piece full width heavy duty breast bar.
Floor: Cushion flooring.
Door: Door with step.
Ventilation: Two opening windows.
This trailer also has:
Tack locker with 2 saddle and bridle racks
Head partition in horse area
Window in rear Grooms Door
We have absolutely loved this trailer, it is a dream to hitch up and tow, our horse travelled so happily in it (where as she would not travel facing forwards), and the front area is so useful for storage and getting changed in.
The trailer is a 2001 model, although it has been very low mileage since we have owned it. We bought it in 2010 but our horse retired from competing shortly after, so we have only used it about 5 times! Although at 15 it is beginning to age slightly, this is all cosmetic and it still has lots of life left in it and is completely sturdy and safe. It had a new ramp with quality rubber grip fitted in 2013 as the old one was ageing slightly. Since then, it has just been sat on our gravel drive, as I went off to University. If I had a horse to transport in it, I would not be selling it at all, but it is completely wasted sat at home.
Lots more pics available on request