Modern horsemanship : three schools of riding : an original by Edward L Anderson Anderson

By Edward L Anderson Anderson

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Fits withers why even no reason himself It is entirely in very easy to the beginner tell the horse or where the faults and the should spine hands of the be pressure, the points of the tree should whether a lie. The free from lightly lie against the sides of the shoulders (neither pinch- ing nor standing should be a level need not be necessarily changes can be made in but find is it changes latter better fits there bearing along both sides of Because the tree does not the spine. it away from them), and to perfectly, or case correct the Digitized discarded, fit at first great for the shape of the tree a tree that nearly so, defects in the by Microsoft® and without in tree the itself.

To reins with start the down towards — he can just feel horse into a walk, the rider will quietly close his legs against the sides of the horse, his body : and draw the when he reins very gently towards feels the impulse from the croup, he should release the tensions upon the reins ficiently to let the find with suf- horse advance quietly, and then what tensions the horse moves freely and steadily after he has released the pressure of his Digitized by Microsoft® THE PRIMER. If the legs. horse constrained in is or comes to a halt, he heavily upon his reins ; or carries head too its against the horse's Whenever there reins the horse legs, so that is desirable 25 is if its movements, probably bearing too the horse goes unsteadily, low, he sides, must close his legs and shorten reins.

But the in disturbance high rates of speed the vigour of action and the momentum prevent those disorders in action that result from a want of collection in the slower paces. balance must be observed, rapid trot a certain for if the In the weights are thrown too far forward, the forehand will be impeded, and the fore-legs cannot act with their diagonally disposed hind- and the horse legs, A horse that will will has been always be more has not been so break into the gallop. suppled and obedient than and disciplined, in collected one which a trained horse the necessary state of union can be easily re-established speed is after rapid paces as the rate of reduced.

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