Posted 06 December 2009 - 11:15 AM
My mini is being trained to drive (By fab forum members!), and it is about that time to buy her her own cart! I'm a college student working off a pretty small budget and have been checking eBay for carts. i came across two carts by KSS, or Kingston Saddlery (Kingston-saddlery.com).
Has anyone ever had experience with a KSS cart? From what iI gather they make and sell their own carts. They look pretty legit and the price is right.
Both are Easy Entry carts, one with a wood floor and one with a metal floor.
Any advice would be great. :D
Posted 06 December 2009 - 12:33 PM
proud Mom of:
Sundance Kid 1993 36" mini AMHR
Butch Cassidy 2004 (?) 38" VSE rescue
Festins Pharoh 1997 OTTB 16.3H
Posted 06 December 2009 - 08:59 PM
Posted 07 December 2009 - 08:27 AM
The hardwood floor boards could be very easily replaced after either an accident (a kick or a wreck that resulted in a broken board or boards) or if the wood ever began to rot and/or weaken and/or if you ever wanted a different color/type of wood. All you would need to replace the boards are the boards, a tape measure, a saw, and a handheld drill. It comes with 48" shafts and 55" shafts. My small A Miniature Horse mare is going to need 48" shafts and my large (and long) A Miniature Horse/Shetland mare is going to need 55" shafts and it is perfect. The price of the cart was right, the cost of shipping was reasonable, it arrived expertly packed and in perfect condition with nothing inside damaged. I am looking forward to ordering more stuff from them in the future. I did get my cart from them through eBay, but, in the future I will order directly from them.