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" There is a circumfpection to be adopted advantageoufly by the tinfkilful, which will, at firft, give them the femblance, afterwards the reality, of good riding. The method of taking a rein in each hand, occafionally (much in ufe of late years) gives the... "
A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses and on the Moral Duties of ... - Page 250
by John Lawrence - 1802
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses: And on the Moral ..., 1. köide

John Lawrence - 1796
...which their horfe fhies. There is a circumfpection to be adopted advantageoufly by the tinfkilful, which will, at firft, give them the femblance, afterwards...the rider great command over the mouth, neck, and fore-quarters of a horfe. A good horfeman, without prefling too much upon the mouth of his horfe, is...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1800 - 544 lehte
...circumfpe'tion to be adopted advantageoufly by the unlkilful, which will, at firft, give them the fembbnce, afterwards the reality, of good riding. The method of taking a rein in each hand, occafionally (much iik ufe of late year*)* gives the rider great command over the mouth, neck, and fore-quarters of *...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1800 - 600 lehte
...circumfpefclion to be adopted advantageoufly by the unfkiiful, which will, at rirft, give them the femblancc, afterwards the reality, of good riding. The method of taking a rein in each hand, occasionally (much in ufe of late years) gives the rider great command over the mouth, neck, and fore-...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - 1807 - 547 lehte
...shies. There is a circumfpection to be adopted advantageously by the unskilful, which will, at iirft, give them the femblance, afterwards the reality, of...riding. . The method of taking a rein in each hand, occasionally (much in ufe of late years) gives the rider great command over the mouth, neck, and fore-quarters...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - 1848 - 940 lehte
...circumspection to be adopted advantageously by the unskilful, which will, at first, give them the semblance, and afterwards the reality, of good riding. The method of taking a rein in each hand occasionally (much in use of late years) gives the rider great command over the mouth, neck, and fore-quarters,...
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