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Top Heavyweight Horse for 2009 Part 2
    Who will be the Top 5 heavyweight teams for 2009

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Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 12:01 PM
To be perfectly honest with you bushwacked he has to pull them more than 3 or four times a year to be in the same class as smuck

Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 08:48 PM
prove it

Friday, November 6, 2009 at 08:09 AM
You have to give credit to R&R Windows,they show with up with 3 or 4 light weight teams,and a couple heavy weight teams,and if you're gonna win,you gotta get past'em. Good job to Roger and crew ! I will be trying to get mine bigger over the winter,and am looking forward to next year. Jackson

AZ Hoss Pull Fan
Friday, November 6, 2009 at 11:47 AM
The question is the top five (5) heavy weight teams.How can one know if a team is only pulled once in a while in some small competetion(s). Today so many teamsters mix and match with other teamsters that it is hard to know what team actually is the best. We have our opinions but if not pulled consistently together it is difficult to determine. There will always be that unknown team that will rise to the occassion when given the opportunity. Maybe it is time for a true national invitational to settle things.I will reserve more comment for later.

Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 03:20 PM
Why an Invitational? Open it to the world.Let the best of the best show up that wants too.

AZ Hoss Pull Fan
Monday, November 9, 2009 at 05:40 PM
I agree with the term "open to the world". It was a poor choice of a word (invitational) that I used.Money may be an issue for some but if known ahead of time transportation costs could be raised. A lot of thought and planning would need to go into it.It does sound interesting to me anyway from a fan's prespective.

Monday, November 9, 2009 at 08:16 PM
How about a 15' pull, 27 1/2' pull, 5 min pull, and a machine 27 1/2' pull. to be the best you must be able to pull any kind of a pull , not just one kind. Four days of pulling, a different kind of pull each day.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 09:23 AM
Good idea ben where would it be ? maybe like buffalo area ?

AZ Hoss Pull Fan
Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 09:37 AM
I like the concept. Western NY, or Western PA, or maybe Ohio. Central so the Eastern, Midwestern, Southern, and even Western boys could show up if they so desired. It would have to be a place near lots of lodging and large enough to handle a good size crowd and pullers. Good purses everyday and a large one for overall champ. Lots to think about.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 11:36 AM
The Missouri Draft Horse Puller's Association has a pull at the American Royal in K.C. Money is only OK at the moment, but with a bigger event, I think we can wrangle more sponsorship. I am pretty sure we can get something worked out with the Midwest/Houston machine to take care of the machine thing. The date has been flexible so far, and the facilities are the best. We have had Kemper Arena for the first three years, but moved by choice to another arena that suited us better this year. K.C. has the lodging, the facilities, is about as central as you can get nationwide, and is in conjunction with a large and well promoted event (the American Royal). If a lightweight class and an overweight boat class were added, it would incorporate every type of pulling I have heard of. I also think it would be interesting to see the best of the lightweights and heavyweights duke it out overweight to get the "pound for pound" championship. It could be and open pull or you could use different benchmark pulls to qualify, say top three from several state fairs. We are having our meeting soon for the association, and if there was interest from elsewhere, I am pretty sure we could take this existing pull and expand it into something fitting the event it is a part of.

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