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  1. First build in a safety for when, not if, horse...

    First build in a safety for when, not if, horse spooks and tangles. This includes intelligent choice of equipment, horse softens to ropes all over body and not just at home... and particularly a...
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    I do this! 43 yr old human, 22 yr old horse. On...

    I do this! 43 yr old human, 22 yr old horse. On quiet country roads with wide dirt shoulders, plenty of visibility, and a quiet horse. Cars usually slow and wave. I do it in a halter, and also do it...
  3. Fixed it! But still could use referral.

    Between Monterey and Santa Cruz. All else being equal, I would rather drive ANYWHERE in CA, from Oregon to Baja, and meet face-to-face for (I hope) a quick fix, than ship this huge heavy thing in...
  4. Thank you for your replies.

    I have looked on the internet and have asked the local driving club secretary and have not discovered any California wheelwrights. Any leads would be welcome, as well as recommendations if I have to...
  5. yup, wood spokes

    with flat rubber tires, not pointy.
  6. Rubber tire came off wooden cart wheel. Who can fix?

    It just twisted right off the rim while making a tight turn. The metal rim is "u" shaped, and the tire came right out of the channel, all in one piece.

    It's a country gig (I've been told) made...
  7. Christa P, thank you for your comments. You...

    Christa P, thank you for your comments. You describe the correlation between Ms. Seaton's driving and what I would call modern, or competitive dressage. I stopped competing in the middle of 2nd...
  8. Question about "Bending the Driving Horse"

    Maybe someone has been through this and can make suggestions.

    I am trying to reconcile the info presented in Muffy Seaton's book and video, with my experiences in other disciplines. Specifically,...
  9. I was taught that the term "chambon" is for a...

    I was taught that the term "chambon" is for a device that is used exclusively for lungeing, and runs from the bit, up to rings on either side of the bridle crown (requiring a specialized crown), and...
  10. wintec isabells offer great balance, their 18"...

    wintec isabells offer great balance, their 18" seat fits a leggy 6foot female, balance you as well as an Albion or JRD, are presentable enough for recognized lower level competition, and both wool...
  11. yes you can fix it but only if you educate YOURSELF about holistic management

    start educating yourself about how people transition to barefoot-start by googling pete ramey and gene ovnicek. you will have to address his exercise, diet, and turnout as well as your hoof-care...
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    if it's a heavy draft work harness i used to...

    if it's a heavy draft work harness i used to stand on the horse's near side and lift down onto my shoulder the parts in the following order, from proximal (near my neck) to distal (near my...
  13. Thank you all for your responses, very helpful,...

    Thank you all for your responses, very helpful, especially since you are unanimous! I'd been calling the carriage a meadowbrook but an appraiser called it a gig. If I can figure out how to post...
  14. Newbie seeking advice on brass v. stainless to purchase synthetic harness

    New member here. I am ready to upgrade from cheesy synthetic harness to good synthetic harness. May never show but would like to have the right stuff just in case (for trials/CDE). My question is...
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