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" Tripping. — He must be a skillful practitioner or a mere pretender who promises to remedy this habit. If it arises from a heavy fore-hand and the fore-legs being too much under the horse, no one can alter the natural frame of the animal ; if it proceeds... "
The Farmers' Practical Horse Farriery: Containing Practical Rules on Buying ... - Page 120
by Ephraim Nash - 1858 - 197 pages
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The Horse: With a Treatise of Draught and a Copious Index

William Youatt - Horses - 1831 - 472 pages
...pretender who promises to remedy this habit. If it arises from a heavy forehand, and the fore legs being too much under the horse, no one can alter the natural frame of the beast : if it proceeds from tenderness of the foot, grogn-iness, or old lameness, these ailments are...
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A Dictionary of Sports: Or, Companion to the Field, the Forest, and the ...

Harry Harewood (pseud.?) - Sports - 1835 - 365 pages
...CLUB, LAWS OF THE. TRIGGER. See GUN. TRIPPING. If it arises from a heavy forehand, and the fore legs being too much under the horse, no one can alter the...grogginess, or old lameness, these ailments are seldom cured ; and if it is to be traced to habitual carelessness or idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone....
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The horse

William Youatt - Nature - 1853
...pretender who promises to remedy this habit. If it arises from a heavy forehand, and the fore legs being too much under the horse, no one can alter the...ailments are seldom cured. Also, if it is to be traced lo habitual carelessness and idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone. A known stumbler should never...
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Domestic animals; a pocket manual of cattle, horse, and sheep husbandry; or ...

Samuel Roberts Wells - 1858
...it and buckled securely (but not tight enough to be a serious inconvenience), around the neck. 11. Tripping. — He must be a skillful practitioner or...idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone. A known stumbler should never be ridden or driven by any one who values his safety or his life. If the stumbler...
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Domestic animals: a pocket manual of cattle, horse, and sheep husbandry, or ...

Samuel Roberts Wells - 1858
...securely (but not tight enough to be a serious inconvenience), around the neck. 11. Tripping.—He must be a skillful practitioner or a mere pretender...idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone. A known stumbler should never be ridden or driven by any one who values his safety or his life. If the stumbler...
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THE FAMILY, FARM AND GARDENS, AND THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS.

1859
...acquire this habit, and rough usage invariably increases their agitation and terror. Tripping.—He must be a skillful practitioner or a mere pretender...idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone. A known stumbler should never be ridden or driven by any one who values his safety or his life. A tight hand...
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The Horse: With a Treatise on Draught

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1866 - 589 pages
...pretender who promises to remedy this habit. If it arises from a heavy forehand, and the fore-leg-* being too much under the horse, no one can alter the natural frame ч!' the animal : if it proceeds from tenderness of the foot, grogginess, or u1,1 lameness, these ailments...
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Youatt's History, Treatment, and Diseases of the Horse: Embracing an Account ...

William Youatt - Medical - 1870 - 470 pages
...inconvenience, the power of slipping the collar will be taken away. TFJPPIiNG. He must be a skilful practitioner or a mere pretender who promises to remedy...the horse, no one can alter the natural frame of the beast: if it proceeds from tenderness of the foot, grogginess, or old lameness, these ailments are...
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The Horse

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1874 - 589 pages
...inconvenience, the power of slipping the collar will be taken away. ТЕ1РРШО. He must be a skilful practitioner or a mere pretender who promises to remedy...idleness, no whipping will rouse the drone. A. known stumbler should never be ridden, or driven by any one who valued liis safety or bis life. A tight hand...
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The Orange County Stud Book: Giving a History of All Noted Stallions Bred ...

J. H. Reeves - 1875 - 159 pages
...sufficiently tight to be of serious inconvenience, the power of slipping halter will be taken away.—Yomtt. TRIPPING He must be a skillful practitioner, or a...tenderness of the foot, grogginess, or old lameness, the ailments are seldom cured. Also, if it is to be traced to habitual carelessness and idleness, no...
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