Town four-wheeled carriage, or for enjoying a drive, with a widely open and lowered body, protected in front by an imposing dung-guard. It does not have a coachman seat and is manned from the inner seat by the owner. Of a smaller size, the small duc or pony-chase is the carriage used by those lasses or young ladies who enjoy driving.
Originally, two-wheeled park carriage, drawn by a pony, used by nurses to take the children on a drive. The nurse is leading the vehicle. It may be accessed by a door which opens on the back panel. The passengers seat opposite each other on two lateral seats. The position of the adult who leads the team, sitting sideways in the right back angle, enables her to watch the young passengers while driving.