Cart design and safety

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  1. Nov 19, 2019 #1

    Patty's Pony Place

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    Here is a link to one of our many videos that discuss what makes a safe cart. Beginners commonly start out with carts that are less expensive - but that commonly includes poorly fitted. Carts can be "rated" on the actual construction as well, but if one can find a less expensive cart that they can get fitted well to the horse, that can work. This video covers common issues that can occur.
     
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    Thank you Margo. We have been leading the industry for some time, but it is always so nice to get accolades and support from knowledgeable people. With that, this past summer, Barry Hook took the time to set up with us, to do a video for his website on our carts, and Kelly's ingenuity, and thoughtfulness in all he does with cart building. It was such a pleasure to visit with Barry, and swap stories of our lives in the industry. Being in it most of his adult life, he has seen, and experienced it all, so we had much to chat about!! Very honored to call him our friend, and doubly honored to have him go to this effort. Per his video, he does not promote our carts, nor is he affiliated in any way - he just wanted to acknowledge all the work we have done, and express his gratitude for Kelly having raised the bar across the board in the industry on cart design, how we stand behind everything we build, and indeed, our level of honesty and integrity within the industry.
     

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