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Revi wrote:I have a friend who has Canadien horses and brings them over to our maple sugarhouse every spring. They are a very versatile breed that can be used for just about anything and are really tough. They aren't as big as a traditional workhorse nor as fragile as a lot of thoroughbreds. He uses one for a buggy and a team to pull a larger cart. They are really well trained, but they take a lot of time. I think a horse like that may be the way to go. They are usually black and called the petit cheval de fer, or the little iron horse.
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