A new system of horsemanship : from the French of Monsieur by Claude Bourgelat

By Claude Bourgelat

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Titlepage in pink and black. With an errata slip.

London : published through Henry Woodfall, for Paul Vaillant, 1754. [2],v,[1],147,[1]p.,plate ; four°

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There are others likevvife, who in their a juft and beautiful are apt to ftop too fuddenly tho' otherwife once, feel, and {hort upon naturally too Thefe employ light. fome Horfes, which that there are faid, 49 all much their raifed Power their Shoulders, before, and too in order to flop all at hopes either of putting an end to the Pain they In from the Rudenefs of the Stop or elfe perhaps that ; fome Defcdt of Sight makes them apprehend they are near fomething that they fear, for almoft all Horfes, blind one Eye, or of both, ftop with the greateft Readlnefs care never to the contrary, of take : make this fort of Horfes go backward on ftop them flowly and by degrees, in order to ; embolden them, remembrlng never or keep them made with Eafe, to force, in too great a degree of Subjedion.

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Or will it, : upon he will and ; make his his his Shoulders. who another Sort of Horfes, is in hopes of avoid- ing the Conflraint of flopping upon their Haunches, plant thcmfelves them, upon in the Inftant, fenfibly corredl in Cafes, two Hind-legs their and them of prefs their ; yield the Hand them forward, you to will in- Defence, which happens only where you flop them upon declining or uneven •Ground.. There are many People, theirHorfes by the means of pitate Stops, take little undertake —The is who imagining they can unite making a great Number of preci- heed whether the Creature which they too weak, or has Strength fufficient for his Tafk.

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