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" Thus, between feeding, reading, examining and caressing, many an afternoon was most pleasantly whiled away. It was necessary to indulge in certain intimate familiarities. Sometimes to change the position of the animal, or to finger its lower extremities.... "
The Illustrated Horse Management - Page 434
by Edward Mayhew - 1906 - 548 pages
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The Illustrated Horse Management: Containing Descriptive Remarks Upon ...

Edward Mayhew - Horses - 1865 - 532 pages
...are born that do not return the first expense which called them into existence. Those rejected arc to be seen drawing cabs, carrying riders, pulling...fortnight's leisure had been pleasantly occupied, when, as the writer was one afternoon stealing to the being which lightened the tedium of his studies, and...
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London Society, Volume 46

James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1884
...its lower extremities. When doing this the student possessed no jockeyship to protect himself, nor was he conscious that any protection was necessary....shut himself up with the companion of his studies. ' More than a fortnight's leisure had been pleasantly occupied, when, as Mr. Mayhew was one afternoon...
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The Horse and His Rider: An Anecdotic Medley

Willmott Willmott-Dixon - Horsemanship - 1888 - 302 pages
...its lower extremities. When doing this the student possessed no jockeyship to protect himself, nor was he conscious that any protection was necessary....shut himself up with the companion of his studies. ' More than a fortnight's leisure had been pleasantly occupied, when, as Mr. Mayhew was one afternoon...
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