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Titlepage in crimson and black. With an errata slip.

London : revealed via Henry Woodfall, for Paul Vaillant, 1754. [2],v,[1],147,[1]p.,plate ; four°

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CHAP, OF HORSEMANSHIP. CHAP. Of and Difobedience in Horfes, DISOBEDIENCE owing to the III. Means the in Horfes want of 19 in Skill to correSi more frequently is the Horfeman, than proceeding from any natural Iniperfedions in the Horfe effedt, three things may give rife to Temper, and an Incapacity in the it, a bad Ignorance, it, Animal in ; do what to is required of him. If a Horfe you prefs teach him is him, he will and he then, He will reduce him refufes perhaps nothing rebel, will of the Leffons will convert and you know a frequent Repetition ; Knowledge this to the is to obey, the Effed: of the is Refult of all Fault this recourfe muft be Caution for ; had as great but not forget, may much that the haps in Hopes of Re- an Influence over the Undcrftanding not able to execute what you afk of him may ; Perhaps he Body ; he may be -want Strength, or not be light enough D 2 deficient, j is examine him, be amifs in fome Part of his Body, the whole it ; muft be ufed with of the Animal, as the Fear of Punifliment.

Horfe between the put on a good Cavafon Pillars very fliort, of Cord, and don't fuffer him to be mounted ; him make him prick upon the Buttocks with a Hand-fpur, in order to ftrike out ; encourage him when he kicks, and continue make him kick he obeys ; when you do encourage him from time to time when ; this for a Quarter of an Hour perceive that he begins to kick the offer to prick him, without waiting till he at the fame time. Day ; Moment voa every feels it, get upon Man iland him, hold your Reins long, prick him, and by and prick him let a Encourage him when he kicks, and continue to prick him to make him do he will kick readily only him at the Offer he ought to be brought to ; to it, till you make of pricking this Point in five or fix him out of the Pillars, mount him,, and trot him in the Longe, and make him kick by pricking him behind ; after that let him walk two or three Steps, then make him kick again, and fo work him by degrees.

Of WHEN two the a Horfe trots, in the liune time crofs-wife IV. Trot. his Legs are in Pofition, this Air and two upon the Ground, that ; is at the the Near-foot before, to fay, and the Oif-foot behind are off the Ground, and the other two upon it Adlion of his that in the Trot ; and Legs his fo alternately of the other two. This when he walks, except Motions are more quick. jdedf fupple^ Qualities are depend upon each other necefiary eflentially ought to be thefe three J as itfelf. Three Trot juft, firft work'd your Horfe upon and you can never arrive at the even and equal Trot, without having pradifed the Supple.

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