Portable Horse Corral System for Traveling

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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 corral panels mount to the side of your horse trailer when you travel on the road, or you can also put the panels inside your horse trailer if you prefer.

By design, Corrals2Go!® is a complete portable horse corral system — using specifically-sized panels paired with a custom-designed horse-trailer mounting rack for carrying the portable panels while traveling.

We build the corral panels in multiple sizes that are specific to different trailers, so please don’t hesitate to call us. We can help you decide on the best portable corral for you and your trailer—and horse(s).

What is a Portable Corral System?

Our portable corrals are sets of  individual steel panels welded from 3/4″ square steel tubing. The steel panels are then given an industrial powdercoat finish that is very durable and bright. The panels come two standard heights and three standard length—and custom sizes are available, just let us know what you’re thinking of.

How Do They Fit Together?

Each panel is designed to attach on each end to another panel. We use a long, stainless steel rod that threads down like a long hinge pin through steel interlocking tubes (again like a hinge) on each panel. This makes a very sturdy and long-lasting connection that can be moved easily, and accommodates uneven ground pretty well.

How Do They Travel?

The panels are loaded to the side of a horse trailer and mount on our Fold-a-Rack  trailer hangers. We designed these trailer hangers ourselves, and make them here at our shop along with the panels, in Eugene, Oregon. The hangers fold out of the way when you have the corral panels set up. When you’re ready to take down the corral, you just drop the hanger and start loading the panels one or two at a time. When they’re all on set the hangers you bungee them (or cam-strap if you prefer) in place—and away you go.

How Do They Work?

Almost anyone can easily set up the corrals. We have some good videos that show how to set up our portable corrals—and we have hundreds of happy owners—including women and even younger riders—who wouldn’t use anything else.

It’s really remarkably easy to set up and take down the Corrals 2 Go! panels. And your horses are safe and secure when they are in the corral.

How Can I Get A Set of Made in the USA Corral Panels?

Our corral panels and the horse trailer corral hangers are made in Eugene, Oregon. We ship via truck freight anywhere in the USA. Give us a call or send us an inquiry with your zip code for a freight quote.

We are happy to help—and will take your call directly—so if you have any questions about the top travel corrals in the US, just give Dave Selzler a call today at 541.915.9544.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Susie June 5, 2013 at 12:47 pm

Can you give me a quote for 8 6′ panels? My zip code is 85248.
thank you

2 admin June 5, 2013 at 4:00 pm

Hi Susie –

Your email didn’t work, but hopefully you’ll see this reply. The freight charge for the (8) 6’0 panels to you for $135 if it’s going to a business address; there’s a $50 charge if you need these delivered to a residential address. Give us a call if you have any questions about how this works. The price for the panels is $650 and a Fold-A-Rack mounting bracket for your trailer is $160. Please feel free to call Dave at 541.915.9544 or email him directly at dave@corrals2go.com – or use the contact form on the site (click the CONTACT tab above).


3 Morris Dudgeon April 2, 2014 at 6:38 pm

How do you attach the brackets to the trailer? Morris

4 Dave April 9, 2014 at 4:06 pm

Hi Morris,

The Fold-a-Rack corral panel brackets are bolted to the trailer, through the structural frame, not just the skin. We include 3/8″ bolts (2 1/4″ long) that work with most trailers. You’ll need a 3/8 drill bit. We have an instruction file that we send along with the Fold-a-Rack kit. I’ll put a link to it on the Fold-a-Rack page. Let me know if you have any other questions.


Dave Selzler

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