"Driving" is the term used when horses are pulling carts,
wagons and other items.
The "driver" sits and the horse(s) pull.
Four abreast hitch of Clydesdales.
C.E.R.T. has four horses which are trained to drive.
We also have 2 wheel and 4 wheel carts and carriages.
When driving, horses are refered to as a "hitch".
Below is a list of the different hitch classes:
Single - one horse pulling a cart.
Double / Pair / Team hitch - two horses pulling side by side.
Unicorn hitch - three horses pulling.
Four Abreast hitch - four horses pulling side by side.
Four Up hitch - four horses pulling.
Two in lead and two behind.
Six Up hitch - Six horses pulling.
Eight Up hitch - eight horses pulling.
Ten Up hitch - a lot of horses pulling.
Driving is a lot of fun.
Click on the navigation button for driving pictures.