A light two-wheeled carriage for a single person.
An open framework, mounted on wheels, which is used to suspend the leading ends of logs being extracted manually, with a ground-skidding system or with draught animals.
a light two-wheeled vehicle for one person; drawn by one horse
A two wheeled conveyance carrying the driver and pulled by a horse in harness racing.
A small, one- or two-wheeled platform towed by a walk-behind machine on which the operator can stand or sit.
Also known as the cart or gig, the sulky is the contraption attached to the harness which carries the driver and which the horse pulls. A modern sulky has two bicycle tyres and weighs around 25kg.
The modern harness racing vehicle (a driving rig) developed from a single-seat. Earlier racing had used carts. In its final form the sulky is little more than a U-shaped shaft mounted on two wheels with a seat at the end of the U.
Also known as the cart or race bike, the sulky is attached to the harness and carries the driver.
A sulky is a lightweight cart, usually two-wheeled and single seated, pulled by horses or by dogs.