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    Re: [RC] [RC] 19th Century LD Factoid and the "wolf, not, teeth." - Laurie Durgin

    So I wonder what a standardbred/arab cross would do?Endurance wise.

    Laurie and Rascal (it's his canine teeth that have "appeared " in the wrong place. Vet will come out after Christmas and check, he says they should be lower near the front teeth .(I just checked in my vet and book and the same thing, they "should " be lower like the bottom ones near the front molars, but the top set are with in 1-1.5 inchies of this top back molars)

    From: "Linda B. Merims" <lbm@xxxxxxxxx>
    To: <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
    Subject: [RC]   19th Century LD Factoid
    Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 16:39:55 -0500

    I was browsing through old horse prints at a
    gallery on Newbury Street in Boston yesterday
    and I came across a print that commemorated
    a new "world" record set in the 1880's...

    A Hambletonian/TB cross had trotted 20 miles
    in harness in 58 minutes and change.  He
    was pulling a high-wheeled wooden sulky
    on dirt roads.  The print gave all the splits
    and what-not.

    Evidently these kind of medium-to-long-distance
    harness trotting records were quite the thing
    in 19th century America.

    Linda B. Merims
    Massachusetts, USA

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