being pulled by a horse or horses
Charles and Camilla travelled in their own horse-drawn carriage ahead of the Queen.
McKell is even friends with a few of the horse-drawn travelers on Facebook.
In New York, the traffic from horse-drawn carriages clogged the streets at all hours.
Nearly a century ago, in 1920, a horse-drawn cart blew up at the heart of Wall Street.
Farm wages have doubled since the introduction of horse-drawn machinery.
On all sides of them were trucks and autos, with here and there a horse-drawn vehicle.
Getting into the motor to precede us as pilot, he asked the party to dispose itself as best it could in the horse-drawn vehicles.
At its head a cluster of vehicles, horse-drawn as well as motor-driven, waited.
In fact it had been but five years before that Mr. Macy had acquired the first horse-drawn rig for this purpose.
If the family has enough money, they may hire a horse-drawn carriage.