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" If your horfe is headftrong, pull not with one continued pull, but ftop, and back him often, juft fhaking the reins, and making little repeated pulls till he obeys, Horfes are fo accuftomed to bear on the bit, when they go forward, that they are difcouraged... "
The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany - Страница 303
1791
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Rules for bad horsemen

esq. Charles Thompson - 1762 - 82 страници
...pull not with one continued pull, but ftop, and back him often, juft fhaking the reins, and making little repeated pulls till he obeys, Horfes are fo...fo. If a horfe is loofe- necked, he will throw up his head at a continued pull ; in which fixation, the rider feeing the front of his face, can have...

Rules for bad horsemen

esq. Charles Thompson - 1765
...pull not with one continued pull, but flop,, and back him often, juft fhaking the reins, and making little repeated pulls till he obeys. Horfes are fo...if the rider will not let them do fo. If a horfe is loofe-necked, he will throw up his head at a continued pullj in which fituation, the rider feeing the...

The Scots Magazine, Том 24

1762
...isheadftrong, pull not with one continued pull, but ftop, and back him often, jnft making the reins, and making little repeated pulls till he obeys. Horfes are fo accuftomed to bear on th£ bit when they GO forward, that they are difcouraged if the rider will not let them do fo. If a...

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Том 3

Charles Brockden Brown - 1805
...often, just shaking the reins, and making little repeated pulls till he obeys. Horses arc so accustomed to bear on the bit when they go forward, that they are discouraged if the rider will not let them do so. If a horse is loose-necked, he will throw up his...

The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Том 11

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...him öfter just shaking the rein;-, and making repeated pulls till he obeys. Horses are so accustomed to bear on the bit when they go forward, that they are discouraged if the rider will not let them do so. If a horse is loose-necked, he will throw up his...




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