just one other thing savvy wrap some rags around the end of the shafts then if you turn too tight the shaft wnt dig in and hurt him
Hey Jimmy I have seen you post that a couple times. It seems odd to me. If a horse is properly harnessed the shaft should never dig into the shoulder. That usually happens when people have the shaft past the point of the shoulder (where is should NEVER be)
Also a horse that is taught how to pivot before ever driving normally has no trouble turning a cart. I have seen though horses rushed into a cart have trouble.
One of the driving trainers here made a fake cart from PVC pipe. Wish I had a picture of it. It was so easy to make but does give them the feelign of having something behind them etc.