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    03-04-2008, 11:08 PM
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Driveing horses

HI all yes I do drive all my horses in a wagon or a lite driveing cart . I have just purchased a 14 year old saddlebred to pull a small oxford wagon with , H e was an amish broke buggy horse who just got to old to pull there heavey buggys anymore . We just reshod him as he was bruised up on all 4 feet from the hard pounding the amish did with him. He is a super nice horse I've ridden him in a western saddle as I do not ride english and he is just a pleasure to ride and also drive now that he is not as sore. And this is the reason I am looking for another harness to use on him. My other harness is set up for the mustangs I drive and I would like to just have a set for him along instead of adjusting all the time. Maybe I can get my wife to put some pictures of him on here soon thanks Dave
     

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