. Even if our farm is but a faux farm, there is always plenty of work to be done, and now that we've bought a big, macho chainsaw, we'll have a ton of firewood to haul to the woodpile. You know where I'm going with this...I want to make use of our resident horsepower. In the future we'll get a forecart, but for now my plan is to buy a utility/calf/ice fishing sled, which should haul easily over the grass. My concern is how to hold it back off of his hind legs when we stop. The loads will be light and the terrain is level and fairly smooth, but I want to keep this safe and fun for all of us. I've considered an extra rope with which I could hold back the sled, and I've thought of using the EE as a forecart to which I would attach the sled, but that does make a rather long load for tight spaces. Any thoughts on this? Also, others have mentioned using these sleds -- any suggestions on good, rugged sleds? .