Builder of Authentic Horse-Drawn 
            Stagecoaches, Wagons & Carriages
     "I've been wanting to do this for years!" I can't count the number of times customers and visitors to the shop have said this to me when talking about getting involved with driving horses.
     Spring is a great time to get started and we've got the wagons, products and information to help you do it. Single horse driving is a great way to start out. Check out the quality spring wagons and one-horse wagons we have in stock and ready to drive.
     Plus, we've just stocked up on buggy and spring wagon shafts as well as neckyokes, doubletrees and hitch accessories. Check below for information on the products you'll need to get on the trail to your favorite pastime.

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Drop Heel and Double Bend Shafts Made of solid steam bent hickory, our quality shafts are built to last. Available as wood only, wood and hardware components or completely assembled shafts.

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Our popular hardwood hitch equipment comes with original-style hardware such as square nuts, steel rivets and slot screws for historic authenticity.

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From information on driving a single horse to configuring harness for a ten horse hitch, Work Horse Handbook and Driving Horses will help take the confusion out of the process.
This harness marks all the boxes for quality harness. Made of top-quality leather with solid brass or stainless steel hardware, for long-lasting beauty.
Still have some questions about hitch equipment and which product is right for your application? Give us a call at 605-996-8754 or email us at info@hansenwheel.com and we'll help you get just what you need. 
Doug Hansen
Hansen Wheel and Wagon Shop

NSFWA Presents: 1915 The Twilight of the Stagecoach in Yellowstone at the 8th Annual Conference
The National Stagecoach and Freight Wagon Association's annual conference will be held June 19-21, 2015 at West Yellowstone, Montana. Join us to experience the most Yellowstone coaches together in one location in nearly a century.
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