Working four horses abreast

At the PALS Draft Horse Field Day at Rama, SK.

Driving four working horses abreast takes some definite skill as a teamster, and of course horses with the right temperament.

Twylla Newton of Tail Winds Clydesdales of Yorkton was in the driver’s seat of just such a hitch Saturday as she did some cultivating at the PALS Draft Horse Field Day at Rama, SK.

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The event was sponsored locally PALS and the Rama Recreation Board, and sanctioned by the Saskatchewan Working Teamster Association (SWTA).

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