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214 method of horsemanship. thing depends upon his aptness, and above all, on the intelligence of the rider; with this latter quality, there is no obstacle that is not to be surmounted
214 method of horsemanship. thing depends upon his aptness, and above all, on the intelligence of the rider; with this latter quality, there is no obstacle that is not to be surmounted. To execute this performance with the desirable degree of precision, the horse should remain light, and preserve the same degree of action ; the rider, on his part, should also avoid roughly inclining the horse s fore hand to one side or the other. 13. Ordinary pirouettes on three legs, the fore leg on the side towards which we are turning remaining in the air during the whole time of the movement.
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The Principles of Horsemanship and Training Horses. In this letter the General informs M. Baucher that the Minister of War has decided that a series of experiments shall be made upon his method of breaking new horses and such as were considered difficult to manage
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com: A METHOD OF HORSEMANSHIP FOUNDED ON NEW PRINCIPLES:INCLUDING THE BREAKING AND TRAINING OF HORSES; WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING A GOOD SEAT: Frontis and few ills. Mounted inside rear cover is an envelope with the following items inside: 1. Five pages of notes titled "Extracts from 'The Trotting Hourse of America' by Hiram Woodruff. Spine ends and corners of book bit worn.
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