LRTC Emergency Response Team|
Trailer 1 Inventory
Updated August 7, 2012
This information sheet is primarily intended for persons associated with or working with the LRTC Emergency Response Team, however the information may be useful to other groups or private individuals who may wish to similarly equip a support unit or who may need to utilize the resources available from LRTC's Emergency Response Team.
Trailer 1 is configured differently from the other trailers. It does not normally carry loading panels although panels can be loaded and carried on top. In addition to personal horse supplies, it is stocked with gear not normally carried on the other trailers. It also has built in exterior hay feeders and overhead equipment storage capability.
The following inventory is carried on all trailers with the exception that Trailer 1 carries no portable panels.
- Equipment normally stored in the dressing room
- Drinking water
- Horse blankets
- First aid kit
- Cattle marking crayons
- Portable toilet
- Extra halters and leads
- Horse handling sticks and flags
- 2) lariats
- Manure fork and cleaning supplies
- Fly spray
- Collapsible water bucket
- Rubbermaid feed tub
- Plastic tarp
- (Human) jackets
- 36 inch bolt cutters
- Tire chock
- Tire chains
- 4-way lug wrench
- Triangle reflector stands
- Portable fire extinguisher
In addition to the dressing room supplies, Trailer 1 carries a utility box having the same inventory as the rescue trailers.
A 40 gallon portable water tank can also be placed on-board if needed.
Water cache, tire chains, feed tub and personal horse gear.
Portable toilet, collapsible bucket, horse blanket box.
Utility ropes, halters, leads, misc. supplies.
Lariats, cleaning supplies, horse handling sticks.
In addition to interior and loading lights, Trailer 1 also is equipped with side lighting on both sides near the feeding racks. It also has a high capacity marine type battery to power lighting and accessories when not connected to a tow vehicle. The battery is automatically recharged by the tow vehicle or it can be charged from a solar panel.
Example of side lighting.
High capacity battery.
The training information presented in these information sheets and guides is offered for illustrative and volunteer refresher purposes only. It is not a substitute for actual hands-on training. Funding for much of the training provided in this program was made available through a grant obtained by the Nevada Department of Agriculture. For more information about training opportunities, please contact LRTC via
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