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Toughest region for competition
    What is the region where the competition is toughest?

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Friday, January 23, 2009 at 02:48 PM
It seems wherever a dominant puller springs up, the rest of the pullers in the area rise up to compete and it raises the entire level of competition in the area. It seems Kentucky is the consensus now, and the results from Syracuse and MGLI are good examples in support of that. Which region is next?

Monday, January 26, 2009 at 11:07 AM
Interesting comments. I can remember as ayoung man Michigan, Ohio and Indiana were the states that were recognized at the leaders. Today there is more parity in horsepulling than in the earlier years and there are excellent teams and teamsters everywhere. If you look at the results of the major contests currently there are more winners coming out of Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Michigan than anywhere else. As you all know, that can change at anytime. As far as drug testing, I am for it but I will say that good breeding does not come out of bottle and most top pullers recognize that. Most of the top horses being pulled can usually be traced back to seedstock from Indiana. A national association with santioned pulls might help settle some of the issues that are posted on this site.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 04:25 PM
A big percentage of the horses that are doing good in kentucky came right out of southern indiana.And if you've priced a horse out there lately then you know they going for a premium price.They are spending alot more than the normal guy can...Pulling is just like racing..In racing you go as fast as you can afford to go,and in pulling you pull as much as you can afford to and hope its close to enuff.

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