Let me tell you about my trailer so you know what I am dealing with: I have '91 Charmax 3 horse slant. It has a ramp, and 3 2' x 2' windows that drop down so the horse can put their head out. I do not have bars on my windows - wish I did. When the window is closed it has a tiny window, that slides over. When the tiny window is open, the screened part is only 6" x 6" - doesn't allow a lot of air to flow through. I have purchased Kensington screens that cover the entire 2' x 2' window when opened. When I load my horses, I go in with them and hook the first one in the center stall to a trailer bungie cord - about 2' long. The bungie cord hangs from a ring above the window. I then swing over the partition and latch it. I then bring in the second one, hook up in the same way. I then have to lift my heavy ramp and latch it. Then I have a long skinney part that shuts over the top of the ramp. When I unload, I open the back, go in and unhook the first horse and back them out. I then undo the partition, and unhook the second horse and back them out. Am I doing things the right way? Plus, is it safe to haul with just those Kensington screens on? My mare hauls wonderfully. She hops right in and backs right out. Is obedient every step of the way. My gelding, my big baby, hauls much better now that I put him in the center stall, but sometimes he can give me **** getting in. He goes in at a snail's pace. One step every 30 seconds or more and sometimes his ears grow real long and he turns into a mule and stops at the top of the ramp. I have to wait a long time for him to go in, but once he makes that decision he is fine. He is a little nervous when I hook him, but still obedient to me. Also there are times he backs off the ramp, and won't go in for a long time. He doesn't back out of control, but he is going to back so I just let him. He is getting better about it, but once he actually puts one foot onto the trailer floor he is fine. Any advice?