Monday, September 6, 2010

Several Miniature Horse Chariots

This year there have been a few chariots offered for sale. I have pulled all these into one blog which I will add to as others come up.
This first chariot was used in the 2009 Nationals and the owner took 1st place - National Champion in Chariots. She looked great in a long, white tunic with a flashy grey dapple (I think it was dapple based on video) mare with white feather atop her halter. 
The ad for this chariot was found both on Little Beginnings and on the owner's facebook (September 6, 2010):

National champion at 2009 AMHR nationals in both open and amateur single chariot. White with stain wood shafts and wheels. Ready to show now! Well balanced, safe, sturdy. Wood and plastic, no fiberglass. Can easily add team pole (not included). $1200"

This next chariot appeared in August, 2010. Follow the link to my full blog post on this one.
The owner writes:
"This is a stunning chariot for miniature horses. You can have one horse or 3 across (comes with needed attachments). All metal. Body has been repainted recently, new tires, new no flat inserts, new interchangeable logos, always kept indoors. Flag holders on either side. This is the nicest and most sturdy chariot I have ever come across and it is not heavy!"

If any more chariots go on the market, I will try to post them here too.

This is an update: October 28, 2010 This chariot was posted for sale on lilbeginnings. 

"Think the Chariot class looks like fun at Nationals?  Here is a chariot ready to go!
Fiberglass bucket designed by Dale Lutke with wooden shafts and wheels.  Adjustable shaft height to fit Minis or Shetlands.  Very good condition. 
Delivery available to Glen Rose, TX later this weekend or to ASPC/AMHR Convention in Little Rock, AR next week!"

To check if it is still available try:

DISCLAIMER: I do not receive any compensation for putting these chariots on my blog. Nor do I assume any responsibility for quoted descriptions or additional information about them. I do not endorse their quality or construction, so if you buy one, talk to the owner for details and warranties.

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