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The Horse Drawn Vehicle Roster

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No # Jogging cart (maker unknown, ca. 1890); wood, 2-wheel, single-horse vehicle for exercising trotting horses and for harness racing; complete and restored.
Jogging Cart
No # Buggy (Cortland Wagon Co., ca. 1890); wood, 4 wood wheels with rubber tires, single-horse; complete but unrestored.
Doctor's Buggy
No # Buggy (Sears Roebuck & Co., ca. 1890); wood, 4 wood wheels with steel tires, single-horse; complete and restored.
Buggy
No # Sleigh (maker unknown); wood, single-horse; (black color) complete but unrestored.
Wooden Sleigh
No # Milk Wagon, ca 1900 (maker unknown); wood, single-horse; completely refinished by Bruce Miller and his brother, and is on loan from Bruce
Milk Wagon
No # Sleigh (maker unknown); wood, single-horse; (red color) complete but unrestored.


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