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River Front Park, Portland, OR
· Date: Wed June 15, 2011 · Views: 3,728
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Kim Markwell
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Fri July 1, 2011 11:00am

What kind of "hook-up" did you use to have 3 dogs pull? I've seen the adaptions for 2 but have trouble imagining the shaft setup for a "threesome"
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Fri July 1, 2011 12:29pm

Kim, if you look at the picture in this thread: [ link ] you will get a better look at the hookup. This is two shafts so that you can have a dog in the middle and one on each outside hook up. Sue also has a 3 shaft set up that we have had 5 dogs on. It kind of looked like the chariots in Ben Hurr. :D


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Fri July 1, 2011 12:37pm

Kim, this is another of those long ago photos. L to R the dogs are Natty, Sam, and Caprice. Sam was poppa to the others who were litter mates. Sadly, these dogs have all passed on. I generally put my best trained dog in the middle, and the others I call "outriggers." They're hitched with just one connection, but can still add a lot of power to the hitch.
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