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Breaking and Riding by James Fillis

By James Fillis

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Traction, or the least effort will give the rider a stiff cause fatigue. If the loins and ungraceful appearance, and will lady will carry out these rules, she will on the saddle and one in the come down too quickly, and will ride in two-time, namely, one Otherwise she air. will mark two-times on the and fatiguing shock. length when discussing saddle, which will give her a useless will I refer to at greater fact this the position of a horseman at the trot 146). (p. A horsewoman should have great pliability of body, which she will acquire by practice in riding and other preliminary exercises, of which dancing certain is the best.

We should the horse runs back, front of him, A his right. and shaking him up with the sufficient to When will snaffle, himself on his side, which he can do only as the wall left side, 43 pull strongly place ourselves in on the snaffle reins, while slightly bending the knees and carrying the weight of the body back, so that the horse can drag us back only with difficulty, and consequently will soon become tired. I have had so much practice in letting myself be dragged, while keeping on my feet, that I can almost always stop any horse When he finds that we passively at his second or third step.

Should no case hollow in out the back, because that will produce stiffness which we should thing The avoid. loins (not the shoulders), the is on the contrary, should be slightly rounded, so as to preserve their The elasticity. chest should be kept in a natural position, without being pressed out in the pelvis relaxed, which the only The weight is wa\% and the muscles of means of obtaining body should be of the upper part of the the buttocks, which are b)' an}- should be stretched well down, the thighs wards, so that the horse When with the spur.

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