We have a horse trailer. It's a two horse trailer. It's completely man-made (it was built by my great grandmother's husband over thirty years ago). I've never hauled a horse in it, but it has been used for horses and cows, and it's only been redone once, I think. It shows it, too. The floor mats are rotted, the floor is busted in places, it's rusty, old, in horrible shape, a danger to horses and cows, the tires need replacing, the brake-lights don't work, etc… and a few years ago, my uncle and his son decided to paint it bright white (it's made out of wood and metal). The paint has faded horribly and it looks horrible… So, my mother has set me up to fix it up. Her husband (my stepdad) is going to redo the floor (the wood that needs replacing) and fix what needs to be fixed. My mum is planning on buying mats and stuff like that for it, and guess who gets to repaint it? Yep, that's right… me. I'm gonna repaint it, with the help of my cousin and a few friends. We're planning on painting the wood a deep red color, the metal will be a dark metallic, and the inside wood will be a lighter red… but it's gonna be a lot of work… But I think I can do it! I'm planning on starting to sand some of the rust off tomorrow… I won't be painting the metal part for a few days yet, as I'm doing the wood first (I'm planning on painting the wood parts this weekend). Here's some pictures of what it looks like right now… When we get it all done (which will take quite a while, I think) I'll post the 'after' pictures. The mats that have NEVER been taken care of (we're planning on buying some more, 'cause these are definitely not going back inside it!)… The ceiling (those screws gotta be fixed… along with the holes, etc…!)… The floor (we're going to put down plywood over it, because the wood is petrified oak and isn't rotten, but broken) And the trailer… (We're supposed to get to work on it this weekend… sanding, repainting, fixing, etc…) My stepdad is also going to put a divider in it, since my uncle ripped it out to make a cattle trailer, and he's also going to fix the front part inside the trailer (where the saddles, feed, etc… goes). The biggest problem at the moment, though, is the floor and the middle bar, because it's broken and has to be welded together again, and if it breaks out completely, then the trailer's roof could fall in at the back.