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Vibrations are a series of gentle tugs at the When the horse resists the action of reins. one rein, say the right, it is better to give the demi-arrU or the vibrations on the 44 left rein of HANDS This system Baucher called same bit. Mains sans jambes et jambes sans mains" and the " he claimed that by working on it the rider learns to use his hands and legs with exactly amount of the force necessary to attain his not the legs being required to counteract object, the excessive action of the hands, nor the hands to render the same service to the legs.

27 ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP The legs should be kept away from the much as possible, and when the are used to punish or animate a sharp spurs him just behind the should touch horse, they horse's sides as girths, where they are least likely to make him before using his spurs the rider should turn out his toes, whilst keeping the side of the kick ; knees towards the saddle, and he should only withdraw them about an inch from the sides between each touch. to The accurate use of the some extent on the proper spurs depends adjustment of the stirrup leathers, which should be moderately short, and if the rider does not want to prick his horse with the rowels closing in his legs, he should keep the when feet parallel with the horse's sides.

To, say, 6J inches, according as the horse requires a severe or a mild bit. The should be from to inches in 4 mouthpiece 4j branches of the the cheeks width, upper being slightly turned suit outwards most horses i^ inches wide ; ; a 4^-inch width will the port is not more than one inch is sufficient generally if to enable the horse to get his tongue back under the bit should he draw it up, and there is little danger of a corner of the port getting on to one of the bars and hurting it, when the horse's 15 ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP head The canons should pulled to one side.

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