This bumper hitch is uniquely designed with safer transportion of your horses in mind. It is just like the Roper Equestrian Series gooseneck but in a bumper hitch model.
Check out how soundly built this trailer is in the standard features section and then consider all the available options Wilson has available for you to make one of these a must have trailer for your horses.
The double-walled slat style walls are constructed using aluminum extruded tubes, which are interlocked and bonded together to form a very strong and durable wall. By forming the wall in this manner, Wilson has created a very smooth interior wall without any vertical posts plus there are no areas that will collect animal waste and become a biosecurity problem.
With Roper's aluminum sub frame, not only are the weight savings big, there are no painted steel sub frame components under the trailer to lose paint, cause rust or electrolysis…the enemy of aluminum trailers.
The V-nose front is a formed one-piece skin with no seams.
Without vertical posts, the interior walls of the Wilson slat style trailer are some of the industy's smoothest. Wilson Trailer also takes great care to eliminate sharp edges on their gate connections to help curtail animal bruising.
The Roper BH features as standard a large sealed and lockable side door into the tack room and full-length running boards.
The versatile tack room is available with either a straight or slanted wall.
A lockable tack room door keeps all your gear secure and out of the elements. Several options are availble to outfit your tack room like saddle racks and blanket bars. An optional porch light can be added to illuminate the tack room's entry area.
The patented catch allows the rear door to be slammed closed and secured. When closing the rear door, the spring-loaded catch grabs ahold of the rear door, allowing the operator more time to engage the lock rod and secure the door the rest of the way shut. Feel more confident and more protected with the Slam Catch.
Wilson uses the hardest alloy available with the highest diamond tread height to create a long-lasting floor with excellent traction for livestock. The Roper is standard .110 flat floor supported with 9" crossbar spacing. (9" U tube spacing is also optional.) Corrugated flooring on 9" spacing is also available.
The floors are fastened and not welded to the aluminum crossbars meaning you will not have to deal with a weakened floor because of cracked welds or spend expensive downtime having them fixed.
Roof skin stretched to maximum efficiency makes it uncommonly tough for extra life.
Wilson manufactures their heavy-duty gates with fully framed aluminum construction and hinge grease zerks to reduce wear, operate more smoothly, and last longer. The full-width hinges reduce sag, lessen movement in the sidewalls, and provide for stiffer connections.
Combination tail/reverse lights iluminate the area behind the trailer when backing up.
The rear of the trailer can drag when pulled across uneven surfaces. This scraping action can roll dirt and gravel up into the sub frame and potentially pulling the rear of the trailer out. To guard against this, Wilson puts in a full width skid plate across the rear of their sub frames.
One interior light is standard on all models. These bio-secure lights are made by Grote exclusively for Wilson Trailer.
You can choose between a 50/50 or 60/40 split on the rear freight style doors for your Equestrain Series. The sealed, plymetal doors have windows and are stainless steel covered. You can also add the optional full-width, spring-loaded rear ramp, which comes with rubber matting and a polished stainless steel cover.
Sealed interior roof lining acts as an insulation barrier from weather elements for your horses.
Add Drop Down Feed Doors with protective bars for your horses.
Choose between 3/8" black rubber lining or white 1/8" Kemlite lining. Notice the flush mounted paddle latches for the slat stall dividers.
Lining is approximately 4' tall and covers all four walls of hauling compartment.
Add butt pads to protect horses at the doorways.
Add running boards to your trailer for a convenient step and trailer esthetics.
Help move air through the trailer with either a crank up or 2-way popup roof vent.
Add tie loops inside and outside of the trailer.
Add a convenient brush bucket mounted on the inside tack room door.
Accessing the tack room can be easier with this handy fold down step.
Keep your tack room tidy with halter hooks.
You can add a permanent rear tack room or rear tack with a folding wall and a removable saddle rack.
Carry water with you with this removable water tank.
Easily move up to 4 heavy saddles in and out of the tack room with this swing out saddle rack. A super heavy duty hinge makes this easy work.
Optional exterior lights can be added to illuminate the areas around your trailer where you need it.
Add a boot box to your tack room for handy storage of boots and other items.
Aluminum wheels are a great looking way to show up in style.