Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Boulder, colorado
Left Hand Percherons
agreed. I soon won't have an arena like I have now so I took my opportunity since I've been introducing her to the cart, for over two months now everyday, I 99.9% knew my filly would be fine with the cart, I've prepped her very extensively for it. I had 'helpers' there just incase that .01% arose. She didn't flinch or have any hesitation towards the cart. She stood perfectly still for while I hooked her up and re adjusted over and over. We also only walked 1-2 times (more like 1.5) around the rather small arena (me walking of course) then unhitched and untacked her but, rest assured, I won't be hitching her up again until mid/late this summer and will be ground driving until then.
I will be likely moving her to the next town over with me in the next week or so, you're welcome to come by anytime I'll work around your schedule :) however, for me, it might work best once we're situated in the new place. Thanks for keeping an eye on me Left Hand Percherons, it's greatly appreciated, the most important thing, to me, is doing this right.
life has no remote control hitch them up and drive them your self
Last edited by Ashleysmardigrasgirl; 01-20-2013 at 06:09 PM.