We are transitioning over to a market garden this coming year. I have a great team of working mares, but they have not done actual garden work yet. We have only done general pulling, scraping, plowing, and logging type work, as well as carriage work with our teams. We will be plowing with them in late winter. I have worked with a new horse on that. Otherwise, though, I am not sure how to train them to work in the garden. One of the mares in particular walks like a drunk sailor in a gale. I have to stay right on top of her to walk a straight line. My plow furrows are going to be bad enough, but my real concern is once the seedling rows are up and growing and I need to cultivate or hill. We will be using the Pioneer Homesteader, which does allow some adjustment to keep it in line, but then what? How do I train the girls to walk slow, steady, and straight in the garden rows? Thanks in advance.