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How to Ride and School a Horse: With a System of Horse Gymnastics
Edward Lowell Anderson
Полный просмотр - 1894
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Стр. ii - HOW TO RIDE AND SCHOOL A HORSE. By EL ANDERSON. " It requires the study of only a very few pages of this book to convince the reader that the author thoroughly understands his subject.— Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic, News. " Concise, practical directions for riding and training, by which the pupil may become his own master.
Стр. 91 - The lady should so sit upon the horse that her weight will fall perpendicularly to the back of the horse; her face directly to the front, her shoulders drawn back, and her elbows held to her sides. She will permit her body, from the hips upwards, to bend with the motions of the horse, in order that she may preserve her balance. The reins are to be held in the manner prescribed for men, the hand in front of the body, and in a line with the elbow. The whip is to be carried in the right hand, with the...