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Re: Kalona Draft Horse Prices

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Dick L

02-05-2013 04:00:31

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An interesting horse pull. I had not seen it done this way.

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Brian G. NY

02-05-2013 07:50:35

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 Re: Kalona Draft Horse Prices in reply to Dick L, 02-05-2013 04:00:31  
Dad sold his team and bought an Allis B by the time I was old enuf to work on the farm so I don't know much about horses.
He and other old timers used to speak very proudly of their horses and their individual personalities.
Altho later on farmers talked proudly about their tractors and what they could do I don't think things were ever quite the same.
These beautiful pulling horses appear to really like what they are doing and seem to be the perfect examples of "chomping at the bit".

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02-05-2013 06:22:58

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 Re: Kalona Draft Horse Prices in reply to Dick L, 02-05-2013 04:00:31  
When ever I've seen them pull they did it like the tractors. Everyone pulls then they add the weight. I like you have never seen it done like the video shows. 10,000# is still allot of weight for them to move.

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