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Titlepage in pink and black. With an errata slip.

London : revealed by means of Henry Woodfall, for Paul Vaillant, 1754. [2],v,[1],147,[1]p.,plate ; four°

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Trotted your Horfe fufficiently l/ine, or diredlly forward, and work him upon upon a ftrait large Circles ; but before OF HORSEMANSHIP. before you put him that he —This to this, 39 walk him gently round the may comprehend and know the Ground he is being done, work him in the Trot ; to Circle, go over. a Horfe that is loaded before, and heavily made, will find more Pains and Difficulty in uniting his Strength, than in going ftrait forward. in order to be able to —The A6lion Strength of his Reins, and employs his of turning trys the Memory and Attention, them therefore let one Part of your Leflbns be to trot forward them finifh ; in the often) be long, fhould make There make fiiould or fhort, as you judge necefl'ary very I fiy : you frequent Stops, for they often ferve as a Cor- rection to Horfes that or bear too ftrait fame Manner, obferving that the between the Stops (which you Intervals turn, abandon themfelves, force the Handg.

Horfe hear them before them a fhort in afraid of the Fire about half burnt out, and he will pafs over With who your Horfe comes up to the let he per- as flowly, and, as infenfibly towards the Brand, the Perfon to Let the Perfoii as : fome time, and he will be fo ufed not to mind them. Horse is refufes to turn faid to ; be ent'ier to that Hand, to which he a Hurt in his Foot, Leg, or Shoulder, may often be the Caufe of his refufing to turn to that Side, where he feels any Pain ; a Flurt in his Loins or or Spavin, by hindering may make him him to bend and reft guilty of this Difobedience.

If notwithftanding added to thefe Faults, you perceive that Sloth and Malice aie you muft ufe as you find neceflary both. Mildnefs and fevere Corredlion, and you will beftow them proportion to the Effed they produce. be care- ful never to furprize a ftart, never terrify For the young Horfe who is him with what he moft reft, fhy,. and apt to fears, never beat make him come up to an ObjeCl which he accuftom him by degrees to it, and have Patience him in to ; dreads j the Fear of Punifliment does oftentimes more harm, and is dreaded by him, than the very Objed which firft alarmed more him.

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