OLDE TYME TRAVEL - REGISTERED CLYDESDALES

Olde Tyme Travel is owned and operated by Debbie Bechstein. 

I started out with horses at a very early age.  I guess one could say that it is in my blood.  I was fortunate to have parents that gave me and my siblings the opportunity of being around the horses.  Growing up I was involved in 4-H and winning many awards.  Eventually, I got involved in Appaloosa's and began raising and showing them on a National Level.  I had the privledge of taking several horses to National and World titles.  Among my greatest accomplishment was winning World Champion Non-Pro Rider.  I competed in every type of event, from halter, showmanship, western, english, pleasure driving, and games. For a short period I went to the Quarter horse circuit, but I think I found my true love when I got involved with the big draft horses. In 2007 the World Clydesdale Show came to Madison, Wisconsin, it was the first time that a show of this caliber was in the United States in over 117 yrs.  Olde Tyme Travel took 4 mares to this show.......showing from halter up to the 4 up Mare Hitch.  We were excited to had place in every single class that we were in; with placing 5th place in the Unicorn Hitch with me, being the only woman driving a multiple hitch.  This was one of my greatest moment to had experience the crowd going wild and cheering me on.     

I have been in the Clydesdale business for over 18 years.  We are able to provide transportation for any occassion. We have two vis-a-vis to choose from or having a party we have a ride wagon available.  We also have other vehicles to provide for that special event.  We do many parades throughout the year.  We can provide from a team of horses to a 6 up hitch. Call us for event:  419-308-0673.  We welcome you to come out to our place and visit.

If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor for Olde Tyme Travel, please contact us. We provide an excellent advertising opportunity, as well as the ability to bring allot of attention to Corporate Events. Nothing draws a crowd like a team of Clydesdales