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Dynamometer
    I'm a big fan on a dynamometer pull. Just went up to Cumberland Maine the other day to see a very good day of pulling. First time the machine has been in the State of Maine. I have noticed that when you ask a person who has just seen their first dynamometer pull if they like it those who don't will very often claim the reason they don't like it is because there is no teamstering involved. I personally find that perception to be very ignorant. I'd love to hear from some of you pullers who pull on the dynamometer. Is it as these people think? It takes no teamstering to hook a pair of horses onto the dynamometer and make a successful pull?

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uno
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 05:59 PM
I wouldn't go across the street to watch them pull on one.

cowboy8
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 07:27 PM
Its the best way too pull horses!!!!

fun time
Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 07:25 PM
Thank you for the opportunity to explain more about dynamometer pulling. It takes being a good teamster to be consistently successful at all kinds of pulling. Those doing good on the dynamometer know how important it is to get a team off to a good start, together, and maintain a good pace in order to keep the weights up. Michigan Dynamometer Association rules state the team must pull straight away. Maintaining a relatively tight line helps the horses keep their balance. These factors require the driver to be a good teamster.



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