Do they call it a “six up” or is it always referred to as a “six horse hitch”?

I know it’s a “four up”, when you hitch four horses to a wagon.  (How do they keep all those lines sorted out?)

Well, folks, I am delighted to announce that you are going to have the pleasure of watching a demo of a six horse hitch at work if you join us in Fultonvale.  How exciting is that?  *grin*

You can ride with us into Fultonvale, or if you’re not riding that day, you can bring friends and watch the fun.

Oops!  I forgot to tell you:  the Graham Sisters will be performing that night too.  They are the totally insane young women who trick ride.  We watched them (with our hearts in our mouths) last year.  They’re great.

With luck we’ll have someone doing dinner for those of you who aren’t riding too.

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2 thoughts on “Do they call it a “six up” or is it always referred to as a “six horse hitch”?

  1. The map, Fern! The map!

    Fultonvale is very near Sherwood Park. It is SO near, in fact, that it is our last stop before THE END.

    Look for it slightly south and east of Sherwood Park.
    Or try slightly north and east of Beaumont.

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