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Age Shape and Temperament
The First Few Lessons
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Active Jumping Active Riding aids allowed animal badly become beginner bridoon brush fence CHAPTER collected control the horse's correct curb chain deal difficult horses double bridle drop fence effect excitable faults feel feet firm seat flex Flexion fore forehand forward Forward Seat gallop grip habit hand and leg hard head and neck head carriage hind horse rises Horse training horse's head horse's mouth horseman horsemanship hunting Kineton knee knows later look loose rein martingale mounted move movement naturally necessary never Noseband obedience pace Passive Jumping Passive Stage PLATE polo ponies possible practical PRACTICAL HORSEMAN pressure probably pull realise refuse rein back ridden riding school right rein round saddle seat and position show-jumping side sidesaddle slightly snaffle standing martingale stirrups strides sufficient suppleness taught temperament tension thing thoroughbred toes Trot and Canter usually walk weight young horse