Invitation to Riding
An expert horsewoman describes the pleasures of trail and cross-country riding, the challenges of jumping and fox hunting, and the traditions of the sport, as well as giving advice on buying and caring for a horse
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Your Basic Position and How to Mount and Dismount
Signals and Controls at the Walk and Trot
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