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    How does one figure who wins ? Is it so many pounds of weight per pound of horses ? This always confused me. I would appreciate a clarification on this . Thankyou.

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Ryan
Monday, August 26, 2013 at 08:11 PM
On an overweight pull, the winner is determined by the longest distance on a load of x pounds over the weight of the team. So, if a team weighs 3680 and pulls a distance of 20 feet on a load of 9680, they beat a team that weighs 4500 pulling 10500 19 feet. To find how much an overweight load is, subtract the weight of the team from the load.

Ryan
Monday, August 26, 2013 at 08:12 PM
In the case described, both teams were on 6000 over the weight of the team.

Gary
Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 10:32 PM
The easiest way to figure an overweight pull is to add the weight difference between a team "say a team weighs 3800 and another team weighs 4300 then you add the difference (500) pounds between the two teams." Then the team that pulls the load the longest distance wins!



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