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" Fastworking horses require very different treatment. The rate at which they travel renders them particularly liable to all those diseases arising from or connected with changes of temperature. In winter, the horse comes off the road, heated, wet, and... "
The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses ... With Notes ... - Page 92
by John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - 1861
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart - Horses - 1855 - 378 pages
...of quick-lime may be dashed over it, before it is taken from the stall. DRESSING AFTER WORK.—This operation varies according to many circumstances ;...in perspiration, or half dry, his coat matted, and stieking close to the skin. Sometimes he is quite cool, but wet. and clothed in mud. The treatment...
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Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and ..., Volume 2

Henry William Herbert, Frank Forester - Horse breeding - 1857
...; and after he is dry, perhaps he gets a scratch with the currycomb, and a rub with the straw wisp. Fastworking horses require very different treatment....wet, and clothed in mud. The treatment he receives cannot be always the same. In summer, after easy work, his feet and legs may be washed and dried, and...
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Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and ..., Volume 2

Henry William Herbert, Frank Forester - Horse breeding - 1857
...and after he is dry, perhaps he gets a scratch. with the currycomb, and a rub with the straw wisp. Fastworking horses require very different treatment....half dry, his coat matted, and sticking close to the ukin. Sometimes he is quite cool, but wet, and clothed in mud. The treatment he receives cannot be...
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The Sportsman

Sports & Recreation
...; and after he is dry, perhaps he gets a scratch with the currycomb, and a rub with the straw wisp. Fast-working horses require very different treatment....quite cool, but wet, and clothed in mud. The treatment be receives cannot be always the same. I n Summer, after easy work, his feet and legs may be washed...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Staff - 1838
...scratch with the currycomb, and a rub with the *traw wisp. Fast-working bones require very differ* ent treatment. The rate at which they travel renders them...is hotter, drenched in perspiration, or half dry, bis coat matted, and sticking close to the skin. Sometimes he Is quite cool, but wet, and clothed in...
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