Sugarbush Draft Horse
Wednesday, May 15 2013 by Editor
In the early 1900’s, invention of the automobile and tractor meant that horses were no longer in high demand for farm work. Instead, many of the remaining draft horses were used by carriage companies, often pulling decorative weddings for carriages. Everett Smith of Ohio operated the Sugarbush Hitch Company.
- Published in The Classic Insider, Z-Blogs
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