Marvel, of the ‘Rodeo Girls’ A&E reality show, is a fan of Corrals 2 Go! Portable Corrals. She’s our current celebrity! Here are a couple of her recent tweets about our corrals, and a photo…which we appreciate seeing, of course! And here’s a link to her Facebook page Marvel & Ty — check her out and follow her on Twitter, too!

 

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Horses near a horse trailer in a safe, portable travel corral As we work to make your portable corral panel ordering process easier, we have started  using Paypal to process credit card orders. This simplifies the process for many of you, as most people are familiar with Paypal, even if you don’t have an account.

We are able to process your payments using credit cards as we normally do, where we get your payment details over the phone and run your credit card manually. But now we can also send you an invoice with your corral panel total, including the freight charges. Then you can simply click the link in the invoice and be taken directly to a secure page on Paypal’s website. If you have a Paypal account you can log in and use your preferred payment method (funds in Paypal, a bank transfer or credit card). If you don’t have a Paypal account you can simply enter your credit card details and make a secure payment that way. You don’t need a Paypal account.

Paypal also offers some interesting options for paying over time – check out the Bill Me Later page at Paypal to find out more. 

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Portable Horse Corral System for Traveling

March 19, 2013
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Top Travel Corral Panels Made in America Our business is making the best portable horse corrals that you can find in the USA. These portable corral panels are designed to be easy put together and to take along with you when you’re traveling with your horses. They set up quickly and take down easily. The [...]

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Corrals 2 Go: Traveling to the Red Bluff Bull & Gelding Sale

January 21, 2013

If you’re in the market for a set of our horse travel corrals, and you’re going to the Red Bluff Bull & Gelding sale in Red Bluff, California…you could be in luck! We’re traveling down 1-5 from Eugene to attend the show. We have room in our trailer to bring along some corrals. Let us [...]

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Converting a Travel Corral to a Portable Round Pen

November 26, 2012

Corrals 2 Go! travel corrals can be used in many ways — on the road and at home. One popular conversion is a portable round pen (or round corral) when you’re back home or at your barn. Our most common 2-horse system is the 13-panel set of 7’4″ length. This mounts easily to most horse [...]

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Safe & Secure Portable Horse Travel Corrals

August 21, 2012
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We designed the Corrals 2 Go! Travel Corrals for 3 things. They must be: A. Effective—both safe & secure for the horse—and ready for travel B. Durable & long-lasting C. Light in weight When we started, we built exactly what we wanted: a simple-to-use corral system for safe travel with horses. We needed a corral system [...]

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Corrals 2 Go! Facebook Friends & Feedback

August 16, 2012
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Horse Travel, Corrals & Friends on Facebook Like the rest of the world, or so it seems, we are finding Facebook to be a fairly convenient and simple way to stay connected with friends and fans. It’s not without its issues, but we are always glad to hear from you! So if you have stories [...]

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Gail DeStefano, Certified HSA Instructor, Recommends Corrals 2 Go! Panels

April 11, 2012

Gail DeStefano is a Certified HSA Instructor who emphasizes on Natural Horsemanship using the Parelli method. Gail teaches at Highwind Farm, on Long Island and also writes a monthly column for the Horse Directory, a Long Island equine publication. The project she is working on now is a new “Training Tips” video teaching you how you can trick train [...]

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Using the Corrals 2 Go! Portable Corral System

August 5, 2011

The Corrals 2 Go! portable corral system is remarkably simple. There are just two parts. Corral panels, and pins. Every panel has a series of round hinge-like tubes welded to the ends. A 40″ stainless steel rod functions as the “hinge” pin. The corral panels are lined up and the pin drops down, locking the [...]

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Why Corrals 2 Go! Portable Corral Panels are NOT designed to set up attached to the trailer

August 5, 2011

The only time your Corral 2 Go! panels should be attached to the trailer is when they are loaded. We often get asked why we don’t set-up our portable horse corrals attached to the trailer. Dave Selzler, the designer of the Corrals 2 Go! addressed this when we shot our most recent video on setting [...]

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