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puddleplasher
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Posted - 02/27/2006 :  12:29:48 PM  Show Profile  Visit puddleplasher's Homepage Send puddleplasher a Private Message
Hello all,
I know this is the "Trail" part of the forum but it also seems to be the "Trailer" part as well...

At the Home Show recently I saw a brochure for Rhino Liner, one of those sprayed-in rubberized lining materials, for use in horse trailers. I've got this stuff in the bed of my truck and love it, it's tough as nails, but I hadn't heard of it being used in horse trailers. It seems to make some sense to me, especially on walls where tacked-up rubber padding can be torn down by a determined kicking horse. Do any of you have any experience with this stuff as used in horse trailers?

'plash

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Red Hawk
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USA
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Posted - 02/27/2006 :  1:56:11 PM  Show Profile Send Red Hawk a Private Message
The only thing that comes to mind would be the possibility of the horse ingesting it? I don't know if this is possible or not. My other concern would be how toxic it may be if there was a chance of any kind of fumes emitting from it? My gelding has heaves, and this would definitely be a top concern for me.

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Stormie
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Posted - 02/28/2006 :  6:56:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit Stormie's Homepage Send Stormie a Private Message
There are some spray inliners that some of the companies use so it should be safe. I also know a kennel that has Rhino lining in the walkways, indoor runs and training area. We have it in the back of the truck and it is nice. Stuff doesn't slide easy on it.
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