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post #1 of 8 Old 01-27-2018, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know what kind of cart this is?

Hello all. Firstly I'll just say that this is my first time posting here and if I make any mistakes, I apologize.

I just recently bought a horse property with my mother, and the previous owner left a horse cart behind. I've owned horses since I was eight, but I've never delved into driving, and out of curiosity, I'd like to know what kind of cart it is. I tried looking it over and couldn't find any sort of brand name on it, leaving me unsure where to even start searching.





Any suggestions are appreciated! Thank you!

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I see no image of said cart. Did you try to upload a photo? And are you trying to find out who made it or where it came from? It's hard to really point you in a particular direction without having any idea on the type of vehicle it is. If you posted some photos, I, or someone else who drives, may be able to tell at least what type of vehicle it is even if we can't help you with manufacturer. Why not ask the former owner about it?

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post #3 of 8 Old 01-27-2018, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Uh oh. That's weird. The images appear when I look at the post, I'll try editing the post and see what happens. I'm sorry that they're not showing up.
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Looks like a simple breaking cart.

https://workinghorsetack.com/EZ-Entr...-p/32-1000.htm
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Thank you very much!
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post #6 of 8 Old 01-27-2018, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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Well, now I know I'm silly. I will definitely try asking the owner. Thank you for the suggestion!
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When you speak with the "owner" ask what size horse or pony the shafts are for...makes a difference. I found you this so you can see some of the size range for the different sizes.
https://www.statelinetack.com/item/t...ng-cart/BOC74/
I've seen some carts like this referred to as easy entry but have no idea what that means exactly.
Big help, I'm not!!

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When you speak with the "owner" ask what size horse or pony the shafts are for...makes a difference. I found you this so you can see some of the size range for the different sizes.
https://www.statelinetack.com/item/t...ng-cart/BOC74/
I've seen some carts like this referred to as easy entry but have no idea what that means exactly.
Big help, I'm not!!

In any case.... WELCOME to the FORUM!!!
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Easy entry is for the human. The sides of where your feet rest, there is no bar at top, thus making it easier to step into.
My cart, it has high bars, making it "harder" to get into it or get out.
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