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Intermittent touches of the spurs mobilize the hind quarters, and animate and collect a horse. touch on A the elbow from the toe will make a horse extend himself in the gallop. When punishing with the spurs, the rider must consider the sensibility of the horse, and not the gravity of the fault committed, nor his own feeling of anger and the punishment ; should commence while the horse having. If the horse kicks 29 is misbe- on feeling the spur, ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP the spurs should be again pressed in once or twice rather sharply.

Before leaving the stable the groom should take hold of the curb reins under the neck, and gently bring the full pressure of the bit to bear on the mouth if the horse yields kindly, the ; and is properly placed if not, the position must be changed until its exact spot in There is no comfort the mouth is discovered. bit suits, ; in riding if the horse will not face his bit. The the point to bear in mind is that the longer cheeks, the thinner the canons, and the higher the port, the more severe will the bit be, and that as a horse should not be hurt, the strength of the bit should depend upon the length of the branches, and not on the sharpness of the mouthpiece.

A useful who is bradoon inclined in which refuse to designed by M. Baucher it ; to ride a horse, jump, is one has above the rein to a short cheek piece to the top of which the head piece is attached in the same way as to ring, the curb bit. that when left side, The advantage of this bradoon is the right rein is used to prevent the horse turning to the left, the short cheek on the gums, being pulled against the teeth and forces the horse to open his mouth and yield to the rein. Horses with short mouths are best ridden snaffle, as a double bridle is apt bradoon stretching the corners the gag them, of the mouth to make room for the bit.

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