2007 Xpress Explorer 4 horse trailer w/ Living Quarters
I'm selling this 2007 Kiefer built Xpress Explorer because my kids are starting to ride more and I'm planning on getting a trailer with larger living quarters. That is the ONLY reason we're selling it. This trailer has been just a wonderful rig for me. I travelled to Circle M Trailer Sales in Kaufman, TX last October to pick it up and I've been hauling my 17.2 hand draft in it, give or take a few mules or horses, depending on the trip, ever since. I've not had a problem with it. The interior is very clean with OAK cabinetry with the interior done by Cowboy Classics conversion.
A few upgrades I've added are: LED lights to save power, a HiTie Trailer Tie System, and a 39 gallon triangular water tank that I put in the corner of the collapsible tack area behind the saddles. I have also put a regular sized queen mattress in the nose of the trailer. This mattress may or may not go with the trailer (nor will the bedding, or any decor pictured, which is very little).
Total length is 23 feet, with a short wall of 5'. As you'll see in the pictures, along the long wall is a refridgerator with small freezer(can run off propane OR electric which is really nice!) and storage underneath, microwave, propane stove and sink with storage underneath, and toilet in the shower. All are in excellent working order. There is a closet for hanging shirts in, with access underneath to your water pump. This trailer runs on a 30 amp cord that I will include with the trailer. It has a converter so you can hook up to 110. Underneath the bench seat is your fresh water storage (sorry, don't know the capacity for sure). The trailer has storage for gray and black water, and an exterior fill area outside for fresh water or hookup at campsite to water supply. There is an exterior power outlet, as well as two indoors-one above the sink under the microwave and one above the closet cabinet. There is a TV hookup that I've never used. It has a JVC radio with remote control, with indoor and outdoor speakers. There are two lights above the head of the bed that are positionable, as well as two large ones in the middle of the cabin and one above the stainless steel sink. There are three mirrored doors with storage behind the head of the bed. The AC unit can be adjusted to blow in several different directions and has a heat strip. I've not used the heat strip, because this baby has a propane heater in it, and it works! I really appreciated that in December! The AC works very well also. It is a small enough space it easily heats and cools down pretty fast. The windows all work, the shades have a blackout feature or you can pull one up and have privacy while still letting some light in. There is a fan in the bathroom with a vent. The toilet works just fine, as well as all the stuff in the kitchen.
On the exterior, there are: two propane bottles, a dump hose for the black/grey water, a battery and room for another-they charge while you are driving so you can run the lights, water pump, etc. (except for AC and microwave) off of them when you get to where you are going, a large awning, light over the entrance to the living quarters, light switches in the back for the light over the back of the trailer for unloading and lights in the horse quarters, and exterior speakers so you can listen to the radio while you are relaxing or tacking up. There are hooks on the both sides to tie your horses, drop down windows on the head side with screens and drop down bars, a window with screen which slides in each of the back doors, an escape door in the stud stall and a hook to hold open the living quarters door to keep it open if you want to let a breeze in through the screen (or not), and the previously mentioned HiTie.
The rear tack is collapsible and the saddle racks will swing out. There are bridle hooks on the door. The stall dividers are removable. The padding on one of the dividers has been chewed on by some horse before I got the trailer. As I mentioned, there are lights inside the horse compartment-four of 'em-and I've got LEDs in those. It looks like a space ship landed, it is so bright. The floor is what I think they call a rumber floor. It is made of a composite plastic/rubber and is really tough. Rubber/plastic goes up the walls. This trailer is aluminum on a steel frame. Every time that I would bring it home, I would wash it out and clean it well, so while I've had it, I've taken very good care of it. I will be using it to haul to rides this fall, but if someone wants to look at it soon, it will still be cleaned in the horse compartment as pictured. This is a very nice, clean trailer with a lot of good use left to give someone. I will accept cash or cashiers check as payment. Please feel free to call me with any questions or to request more pictures!
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