By John. Swire
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Of course, badly trained horses and bolters require special tackle, and with these a noseband may be found of great assistance. The saddle should be Saddle and Girths, 19 c 2 ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP same height the have a slight be narrow front in dip in the in the fork. , just behind the girths, to bend his neck, stop or back. reason wide is it make his horse For the same a mistake to have the girths too a single strong leather girth, wide enough at each end to hold two buckles, and gradually ; narrowing down to about answers every purpose.
To stop a horse in any of the paces, the should therefore grip the reins between the thumbs and first fingers, close in the knees, rider force the heels down, and gently press the horse against the commences should be removed, grip on the * It is also better, in sitting the horse the stop completed the and reins should be immediately most the small of the back and by The moment bit. to stop, the pressure of the knees sit cases, for the rider to let on the end of the go spine, as on the fork he brings the weight forward and inclines the horse to hasten his pace.
ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP carries his head to one side. The length of the curb chain should depend on the sensibility of the bars one should act at first as if the ; was sensibility loose. Some the bit is great, and have the curb chain horses bend the neck best low in the mouth, and yet curb chain so loose that slack it slips when over the chin : when like the the reins are to prevent this, one end of an ordinary lip strap to the throat lash, and the other end to the centre fasten drop link of the curb, the strap being of such a length that when the reins are tight, the curb One should nicely in the chin groove.
Anglo-French horsemanship by John. Swire