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" Blundeville, cavetfan, or head-ftraine) with reins. He is faddled, then led forth with a long rein, and, in due time, lunged, or led around a ring, upon fome foft ground. As foon as he has become tolerably quiet, he is mounted, a proper mouth and carriage... "
Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the ... - Page 11
1800
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on Horses: And on the Moral Duties of ...

John Lawrence - 1796
...his nofe (from the old Italian word, cavazana, Englifhed, by Blundeville, cavetfan, or head-ftraine) with reins. He is faddled, then led forth with a long...carriage given, and his paces taught. When fufficiently in.i ftructed, he ought (in general) to be difmifled, until the following fpring; an early period for...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Sports - 1800 - 600 pages
...his nofe (from the old Italian word, cavazana, Englifhed, by BLUNDEVILLE, cavetfan, or head-ftraine) with reins. He is faddled, then led forth with a long...mouth and carriage given, and his paces taught. When iufficiently inftrufted, he ought (in general] to be difmiffed, until the following fpring ; an early...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Sports - 1800 - 544 pages
...Italian word, cavaznni, Engliihed, by BLUNDE VILLR, cavctfan, or head-itrainej with reins. He is faddlcd, then led forth with a long rein, and, in due time, lunged, or led around a ring, upon fomc foft ground. As foon as lie has become Lolerably quiet, lie is mounted, a piopcr mouth and carri?ge...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - Hunting - 1807 - 547 pages
...faddled, then led fortii with a long rein, and, in due time, lunged, or kd around a ting, upon feme foft ground. As foon as he has become tolerably quiet,...mouth and carriage given, and his paces taught. When fuflkiemly inftrudt,ed, he ought (in general) to be difim'flc.1, until the following fpring ; an early...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - Hunting - 1807 - 547 pages
...nofe (from the old Italian \vord,' cavazana, Engliflied, by Blundeville, cavetfin, or head-flraine) with reins. He is faddled, then led forth with a long rein, and, in due time, lunged, or L-il around a ring, upon fome foft ground. As Toon as Je hns become tolerably quiet, he is mounted,...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1813
...forth with a long rein, and, in due tune, hmgeJ, or led around a ring, upon some soft ground. As soon as he has become tolerably quiet, he is mounted, a...mouth and carriage given, and his paces taught. When sufficiently instructed, he ought (in general) to be dismissed until the following spring ; an early...
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A Dictionary of Sports: Or, Companion to the Field, the Forest, and the ...

Harry Harewood - Sports - 1835 - 365 pages
...Italian word, cavazana, Englished, by Blundeville, cavetsan, or head-straine), with reins. He is saddled, then led forth with a long rein, and, in due time, lunged, or led around a ring, upon some soft ground. As soon as he has become tolerably quiet, he is mounted, a proper mouth and carriage...
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The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting - 1848 - 940 pages
...forth with a long rein, and, in due time, lounged, or led round a ring, upon some soft ground. As soon as he has become tolerably quiet, he is mounted, a...mouth and carriage given, and his paces taught. When sufficiently instructed, he ought (in general) to be dismissed, until the following spring — an early...
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