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By M. C. Grimsgaard

Initially released in 1911, this early paintings on unique guide for Riders is either pricey and difficult to discover in its first version. this can be a attention-grabbing learn for any driving fanatic or historian, but in addition comprises a lot info that remains necessary and useful this day. Chapters comprise; The riders costume, The strong and its administration, Mounting & Dismounting and Saluting on horseback plus many extra attention-grabbing chapters. the various earliest books, rather these courting again to the 1900s and sooner than, at the moment are super scarce and more and more pricey. we're republishing those vintage works in cheap, prime quality, sleek versions, utilizing the unique textual content and art.

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And oats just before It is advisable not to give hay just after the ride not the latter before the breathing is ; at all events slowed down to about 10 respirations a minute. If, for some reason or other, the horse does not eat up all the fodder which is given him, the leavings should be taken away; mixing the new with the old fodder has generally shown that the animal touches neither of them. Altogether it is of importance to keep the feed boxes clean, as it stimulates the appetite and is economical of the food.

It frequently old stables is happens that the saturated with stall-floor in ammonia gradually accumulated, through a long period, from the In such a case, it may be heaped-up manure. necessary to take up the planks, thoroughly scour, air and dry them, or if they be rotten, replace with new. The foundation should also be scoured and sprinkled with chloride of lime, crushed charcoal and tanbark, whereupon the planks, after being tarred, are placed on two or three pieces of wood crossways, that they may not rest too close to the foundation save at the back.

Jointed the middle and Snaffle-bit in The curb bridle (Fig. 27) consists of: Headpiece, parted in two strap-pieces on each side. Brow band (front). Throatlatch with loose headpiece. 4 cheek pieces. Noseband (may be left out). Curb-reins (sewn together). 41 Fig. 27. , with buckle). curb and snaffle (bridoon), The curb-bit {Fig. 28) consists of: Mouth piece (a) without joint and with a raised middle called port (b), 2 arms (c) with fixed rings (d), rein rings (e) and 2 curb-chain 42 — hooks (/), and the curb-chain (g) made of thick broad rings and with an extra ring on the middle (for the lip-strap).

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