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Admiral Rous allowed amount animal animal's Arab bandage become blood bran bridle Calcutta canter carbonic carbonic acid clothing cold condition corn Country-breds couple course curb chain Dehra digestion diseases distance double bridle dried exercise feed feet fluid foot frog gallop gastric juice Gaylad ghora Ghore girths give given grain gram grass groomed ground hair half speed hand-rubbing hands hard head heat heels hence hind hoof Horse Owners horse's hot weather inches India intestines jockey keep kulthee latter legs linseed lottery mane martingale mash Meerut mile morning muscles nitrogenous noseband Notes for Horse nutrition oats ordinary ponies practice pull quarter race race-course reins require rider riding saddle saliva shoe side skin snaffle Sporting stable starch stirrup stomach supply sweat syce tion tissue trainer Umballa Veterinary Notes Waler walk weight for age
Page 28 - Carrots also improve the state of the skin. They form a good substitute for grass, and an excellent alterative for horses out of condition. To sick and idle horses they render grain unnecessary. They are beneficial in all chronic diseases of the organs connected with breathing, and have a marked influence upon chronic cough and broken wind.
Page 52 - The chemist frequently employs water as a like means of preparing substances; but saliva in much better adapted than water for blending with many substances used as food. The numerous air bubbles for which saliva is remarkable have their special purpose ; since the presence of atmospheric air in the stomach is accessory to digestion.