Join your local carriage club. If you live where there is snow, they may have sleigh rallies. The best source for restored sleighs is Todd Frey, in Wisconsin.
I absolutely LOVE sleighing! I have a retired Mennonite Morgan who is just wonderful put to a sleigh. We have sleigh trails in our woods, but the best is when a snowstorm catches the County off guard, and the roads donít get treated. It takes a couple of days to get to out to these country road with the plow....I can drive down the unplowed roads, and take the neighbors for rides!,
Sleighs can be inexpensive if you have some restoration skills, and look at Portland Cutters with straight sides and flat dashboards, or expensive, as in restored Albany Cutters, which have LOTS of curved wood and fancy paint!,
I don't break horses, I FIX them!