THE WORLD'S FOREMOST
HEAVY HORSE PUBLICATION
The Hitch Itch - Modernizing the Belgian Breed
by Edward Y. Morwick
“A good start makes a bad finish,” the old saying goes. It’s an opinion that the life experiences of many people have proven false.
I mean, could you have sold the idea to Sam Walton? Not likely. The founder of Walmart was successful from the get-go, from the day he started a small dry goods store at Bentonville, Arkansas.
Could the opposite be true? Does a shaky start sometimes result in a satisfactory conclusion?
For the Belgian draft horse of the 1920s and 1930s, when it came to the four, six and eight-horse hitch-ups, the outlook was far from brilliant.
I have been a fan and serious student of The Draft Horse Journal for 25-plus years. I still carry the latest issue with me and refer to it almost on a daily basis.
For those of us that are rookies to the draft horse world, it is a gold mine of information, not to mention stunning photography & excellent human interest stories!
Terry Pierce, Belgian Hill Farm
I can always tell when a new issue of The Draft Horse Journal gets mailed, because my phone starts ringing and business picks up.
My Dad had every issue of the Draft Horse Journal. It was the most awaited magazine in our house–always read from cover to cover and still is today.
So many orders came in from our ad in the DHJ. Thank you so much!