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CHAPTER PAGE I Retrospection i
Leg Flexions on Foot
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advisable animal animal's backward body cause change of hands Chapter consequently correct correctly curb curb-reins diagonal effect direct leg equestrian Equi especially execute exercise explained figure Fillis finger flex flexibility fore forefeet forefoot foreleg Francois Baucher gait going half circle hand action haunches head high-school hind feet hindquarters hocks horse's mouth horseback horsemanship jump kick lateral flexion lateral movement lean left hand leg action leg aids less lifted line of rein manner means ment motion mount movement forward necessary neck obtain opposite leg person on foot pivot position of reins possible Principles of Equitation pull reader reason rein action repeated touches result reverse ridden rider's legs riding riding-whip right hand ring saddle Saumur school canter shoulder-in shoulders side side-stepping simultaneously slightest snaffle snaffle-rein spurs stiffening stirrup stop straight tact tion torso tremolo trot turn walk wall weight whip