a miniature horse is a great carting breed and there ya go
Depends on what breed of horse, its level of fitness, and how heavy the cart is.
Well the length of a cart can vary depending on the race and breed of horse pulling the cart. -$nipe
I think that would be the Cleveland bay horse.
If you mean the American breed of cart horse, they are usually chestnut.
A horse drawn cart is a cart that is moved by a horse. Hence the horse drawn cart title.
Aristotle's Horse Cart theory was that when a horse pulls on a cart, the cart moves. When a horse stops moving, the cart will stop as well.
Hackneys are a favorite Cart Breed Standard Bred is a good cart Breed
A cart-horse simply is a horse/pony that has been trained to pull a cart.
A horse drawn cart is a cart (Carriage) that is pulled by a horse. Commonly used by the Amish.
It uses force to get the cart moving, or to generate acceleration.
Before the registry name changed, the Shire Horse Society was the English Cart Horse Society. So I'm guessing English cart horse is an old name for the Shire Horse.
There are three forces that are exerted on the horse cart system. They are: weight, pull, and friction.
Horse and Cart has been mentioned as far back as the the 1800's
Its a joke. Question: When does a cart come before a horse? Answer: In a dictionary.
The horse is placed between the shafts of the cart and attached to them by means of a horse collar. The horse then pulls the cart along.