... you spur the saddle cloth ; if you are leggy you never touch him at all ; and if middling you only wear out your own girths, without your horse being a bit the better for it. Elegance of position is to be considered as particularly essential to every...
An Academy for Grown Horsemen; Containing the Completest Instructions for ... - Page 11
by Henry William Bunbury - 1808 - 97 pages
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