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The Farmers' Practical Horse Farriery: Containing Practical Rules on Buying ... - Page 58
by Ephraim Nash - 1858 - 197 pages
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Every Man His Own Farrier: Containing Causes, Symptoms, and Most Approved ...

Francis Clater, John Clater - Horses - 1845 - 219 pages
...with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter touches to each side of bis head, till you can handle that part with equal facility. Then...manner, making your hands and fingers play around the bottom or lower part of the horse's ears, coming down, now and then, to his forehead, which may be...
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The modern art of taming wild horses

John Solomon Rarey - 1858
...repeated with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter strokes to each side of his head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....towards the neck, with the same precautions, and in the same manner ; observing always to augment the force of the strokes whenever the horse will permit...
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Horses and Hounds: A Practical Treatise on Their Management

Knightley William Horlock, John Solomon Rarey - Fox hunting - 1858 - 328 pages
...repeated with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter strokes to each side of his head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....which may be looked upon as the helm that governs all theĞrest. " Having succeeded in handling his ears, advance towards the neck, with the same precautions...
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Horse-taming - Horsemanship - Hunting: A New Illustrated Edition of J.S ...

Secretary to the first subscription of five thousand guineas - Horsemanship - 1859 - 248 pages
...repeated with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter strokes to each side of his head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....towards the neck, with the same precautions, and in the same manner ; observing always to augment the force of the strokes whenever the horse will permit...
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Art of Taming Horses

John Solomon Rarey - Horses - 1859 - 236 pages
...repeated with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter strokes to eaA side of his head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....towards the neck, with the same precautions, and in the same manner; observing always to augment the force of the strokes whenever the horse will permit...
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Horses and Hounds: A Practical Treatise on Their Management

K. W. Horlock, John Solomon Rarey - Fox hunting - 1862 - 328 pages
...repeated with more force over all his forehead, descending by lighter strokes to each side of his head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....towards the neck, with the same precautions and in the same manner; observing always to augment the force of the strokes whenever the horse will permit...
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TACHYHIPPODAMIA; OR, THE NEW SECRET OF TAMING HORSES

WILLIS J. POWELL - 1872
...his forehead, descending by lighter touches to each side of his head, till you can handle that part 4 with equal facility. Then touch, in the same light...manner, making your hands and fingers play around the bottom or lower part of the horse's ears, coming down, now and then, to his forehead, which may be...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1858
...repeated with more force over all hia forehead, descending by lighter strokes to each side of hia head, until you can handle that part with equal facility....and then to his forehead, which may be looked upon aa the helm that governs all the rest. " Having succeeded in handling his ears, advance towards the...
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