Type: Posts; User: China Doll
I think there was a very nice wicker governess cart in your area on Carriage driving classifieds on FB $400.00
Where these draft horses with the over checks way tight with heads high? It cuts off the airways if the horse tucks his head and it is common for them to pass out from lack of oxygen. That would be...
the cheekpiece is not traditional. The area between the rein slots and where the mouth piece hook to the shank are not similar.
I dont particularly like the mylar liverpool for driving if you are going to show. they are not traditional looking.
Take them to an auto parts or motorcycle parts store. That is what they would be off of. They should be able to cross reference the part numbers.
Wow you were going so fast in the pic with hubby it was blurry.
:lol: I would suggest moving your pony back into the shafts a bit, so his pint of shoulder is at the shaft tips and he will be a tad...
The have a trade class at the Grand Oaks pleasure show in FL
Would you just show up to a wedding and take photos?
I have Loyds of London and would not use them again.
It depends on the vehicle. A gig will have shorter shafts than a breaking cart. A lower vehicle like a Jerald will also have longer shafts than a taller cart.
even if the shafts are in good shape they are sprung or they have changed in the fact that they are too far apart at the tips. My guess is that if they are 35" apart at the single tree they look to...
I am in the market for a 2+1 LQ and wondering about your calculations.You did not deduct for the dressing room. I am thinking the back is 19 +10 is 29 and with goose 37 I am hoping it isn't 40'...
I would think the neck collar would be more dangerous and less forgiving if they got caught up on an obstacle, which I have seen happen
Could he be insulin resistant? That could have a lot to do with sluggishness.
Changing diet and vitamins made my sluggish horse full of energy. Still trying to find the balance but at least I have...
Where the like button? For some reason people do not get this concept.
Diet could have more to do with it than anything. Proper feed/vitamins creates more energy.most people just give hay and not much more. That would be my first thing I would suggest.
My guess is he has a fair amount of growing to do. If that is accurate I would buy something that allowed plenty of adjustments to go bigger
Look for local driving clubs or stables on a google search
I have never seen fiberglass shafts or wheels. Are you sure the Amish use the? The Amish I see use wood.
i would lead and why would you need to know the trails. I would not be cantering when I could not see what was ahead and where I was going. No need to know the trail. If you can't see the trail do...
If you had a hard to fit situation you might say what that is as certain brands of saddles have certain qualities that work better for some horses
There are a few different companies that make steele trees and it is confusing but they are not the same. As to the saddle popping
Ng up and slapping someone in the butt your butt should not be out...
Why not get someone with more experience to help find a saddle. If you talk to several people that fit and sell saddles you should be able to get an idea of the knowledgable ones.
The link Ii is built on a shorter tree for short backed horses. I have a jes advanced elite for sale $1000 17.5 hennig tree
You can get some paint with texture for garage floors at the hardware store or mats