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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I agree. Two larger shetlands (42 inches or so, maybe bigger?) who were in good shape with a fairly light buggy would probably be fine on hilly terrain. Two minis (usually 250 lbs or so and under 36" tall) probably couldn't do it except for on flat for a short time.
My single mini was able to easily pull me on roughish terrain (not hilly, just had ruts and wasn't smooth) in an aluminum easy entry cart for hours without tiring, and she could also pull both me and my trainer (total weight of abour 250 lbs plus the cart which was 90 lbs) for a decent amount of time. She was 225lbs and in very good shape with a customized harness to ensure that the weight was balanced.
The big problem is with the cart. Easy entries as small and light. Anything for more than one or two adults though get pricy and quite heavy.
Driving is a ton of fun though!
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Last edited by Endiku; 12-14-2013 at 05:35 PM.