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A horse is true on his legs, do his you may encourage and urge him (which himself best, but if he over-rates you will feel and know by practice) he must to fall, or gallop to prevent it at the instant he perceives vents him, by the method When lated. unless the rider, ; it, I and saves pre- have before re- a horse's powers are unequally which happens from different from nature, when the hind quarters distributed, causes ; iiave greater liberty than the fore than the hind ing, when a horse fore, or the from habit, by bad ; is suffered to trot before and gallop behind, or gallop before and behind, they are then apt to when them a complete galJop of You lift trot or hitch cannot in these on, for fear of making and pressed or tired.

A horse is true on his legs, do his you may encourage and urge him (which himself best, but if he over-rates you will feel and know by practice) he must to fall, or gallop to prevent it at the instant he perceives vents him, by the method When lated. unless the rider, ; it, I and saves pre- have before re- a horse's powers are unequally which happens from different from nature, when the hind quarters distributed, causes ; iiave greater liberty than the fore than the hind ing, when a horse fore, or the from habit, by bad ; is suffered to trot before and gallop behind, or gallop before and behind, they are then apt to when them a complete galJop of You lift trot or hitch cannot in these on, for fear of making and pressed or tired.

Have, therefore, to act with the greatest and delicacy, by keeping youf hands down, and preventing the propensity of the shoulders to lift into the gallop you must not be angry or impatient because your nerves would be thereby affected, which communicates to the horse, and he becomes more impatient, which prevents him from disuniting and extending himself; but if you are patient and cool, the restriction of the hand mild and soft, the horse caution ; will soon slacken his haunches, and extend himself.

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