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Initial Training Of Horse And Rider
THE HORSE should be most carefully selected. It should be a very quiet, gentle, well-broken one, preferably about fifteen hands high (a "hand" is four inches)—that is, from ground to top of withers.
Horses - Riding At The Walk And At The Trot
HAVING LEARNED how to mount and sit in the saddle and how to hold the reins, as explained in chapter one, we will now proceed to actual riding.
Horses - Riding At The Lope, Canter, Gallop, And Run
THE LOPE is constantly used by riders of the cattle ranges and, having a horse good at this easy gait, distance is covered and time saved with a minimum of fatigue to both horse and rider.
Horses - Riding On The Open Range
WHILE THE term the open range has, usually, application to the western cow country; it also applies to any riding in open country.
Horses - Riding At The Artificial Gaits
THE NATURAL gaits of the saddle horse are said to be three—the walk, trot, and gallop. All horses do these without training, though, of course, far better with proper training.
Horses - Riding Over Jumps And Riding Bucking Horses
There is no other type of saddle which would so well suit the cowboy's work. It is a most comfortable saddle to both horse and rider. It is used in two ways as to cinching-the single-rigged and the double-rigged saddle.
Polo Playing
And so we come to the playing of polo, the sport of kings and one of the finest ways of becoming a powerful rider at all gaits.
Horses - Endurance Riding And Famous Rides
One must first get into strong physical condition by a great deal of outdoor life and riding, and must also have his horse in the same high condition, and ruggedly hardened.
Horses - Questions And Answers For The New Rider
I want to learn to ride. What is the best way to get a suitable horse, and what should one cost?
Horses - Questions And Answers For The New Rider (Part 2)
What is a reasonable distance for a saddle horse to carry its rider in a day?
Horses - Questions And Answers For The New Rider (Part 3)
Why should the new rider practice a very great deal in riding without stirrups, and also in bareback riding?
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