- Apr 20, 2005
- Reaction score
- Southwest Oklahoma
I try to keep a steady speed so she is trotting briskly. The first time I sat in the back while my husband drove so I could monitor how they did. but they know the drill now. Also, he got me a rear view mirror for the cart and I can adjust it to keep an eye on them. If they look as though they are moving up beside, I speed up because obviously the speed is too slow for their pace.Marsha,
Hope the new meds do the job! What a pain. Literally!
I've never ponied my horses with my golf cart. Afraid I'd run them over. Do you have any how-to tips?
Yesterday, a noisy vehicle came up behind and I could see she was agitated. I did stop the cart until the vehicle went by. If DD had been with us she wouldn't have noticed, but she was in a miff because she was out alone.
They are used to being ponied behind the cart when I go driving, so they figure it out.