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Wendy Daniels

Wendy has been an integral part of the Trailer Country LLC team since mid 2018.  Wendy handles the cleaning and assists with inspection of all new and used trailers that come through Trailer Country LLC.  Throughout her time at TCLLC, Wendy has become proficient in horse trailer materials and mechanics.  Wendy lives in Smithfield with her 2 children.

    Talmadge Bowden

    Talmadge Bowden


    Talmadge is the driving force behind Trailer Country LLC.  He is a lifelong horseman growing up with family pleasure and show horses, primarily Arabians.  After attending Virginia Tech, he and his father began GTB Arabians that later evolved into Colonial Arabian Bloodstock.  It was a full service equine business – breeding, training and showing Arabian horses successfully to state, regional and national honors.  After the horse business, Talmadge kept his ties and connections to the horse industry with his equine and western art business, boot business, and eventually starting the trailer business in 2010.  Talmadge is the father of a son, George, who resides in Indian Trail, NC with his son, Tyler.  He has a daughter, Neysa, who is an integral part of the success of TCLLC.  She resides in Smithfield with her husband, Curtis, and sons, Owen and Marshall.  Talmadge is married to Debbie Bowden and they reside in Smithfield, VA.

    Neysa Bryant

    Neysa Bryant

    Sales Manager

    Neysa is the Sales Manager at TCLLC. She has been involved in the horse industry her whole life. Neysa grew up riding and showing Arabian horses with her family and quickly realized that her passion was in riding hunter horses and ponies. Neysa bought a young horse in late 2020 and campaigned him in USEF/USHJA Zone 3 during the 2021 season . Sincere was Champion 3′ Green Hunter in Maryland, North Carolina and Zone 3 with trainer, Peg Seals. Neysa took him to Championship honors in the Middle Adult Amateur Hunters in Zone 3, Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. The owner/rider paid competed and placed at WIHS and PNHS in 2021 as well. Neysa was awarded the Best Adult Amateur Rider Award at Lexington Spring Encore 2021 and the Amateur Sportsmanship Award at the Maryland Horse & Pony Show in 2021. Neysa’s proudest moments were being selected by her peers as the recipient of the VHSA Amateur Sportsmanship award in 2018 and in 2021 she was awarded the Glenna Wirtanen Horsemanship Award from the MHSA.

    Sarah Smith

    Sarah Smith

    Office Manager

    Sarah has been our Office Manager since May 2016.  She manages the day to day duties of the dealership and handles the volumes of paperwork necessary to keep things running smoothly.  Sarah is also a licensed Sales Person and can help you meet your trailer needs.  She lives in Carrollton with her husband, Larry, and 2 children, Jacob and Hannah.  Let us not forget their golden doodle, Duke.  Warning – she’s a die-hard Duke fan!

      Fred Worthington


      In Memoriam
      Fred, who passed away in December 2022, may not have had a background in the horse industry, but he brought invaluable experience from his many years of successful business ventures to Trailer Country. His profound knowledge of finance and banking greatly benefited TCLLC. The proud owner of Hampton Roads Wholesalers, Inc, a picture framing and art supplies wholesaling business in Newport News, VA, Fred also had a keen eye for investment properties. He leaves behind a loving daughter, son-in-law, and two cherished grandsons in Northern Virginia. His legacy and influence will be fondly remembered and deeply missed by all who knew him.

        WHY CHOOSE US?

        • We have gone through extensive factory training so that we may provide you with the knowledge you need to make an educated decision in choosing the trailer that is right for your lifestyle.

        • Robust selection of popular trailers.

        • Stress-free finance department.


        • Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best.Theodore Isaac Rubin
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