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If my position horse refuses to advance, I am be in, it will not impossible, and it is it is difficult for evident that, from the him to run back, but necessary to look out for any move- ment which a green horse may make. To make him go forward, I extend my right arm, while always holding the snaffle reins with the right hand at the chin-groove, over which the curb-chain passes instead of drawing with snaffle reins my left touch the horse with the behind the If the will and ; push, I forward, whilst holding the end of the hand behind tip my back.
If the and exercised he can become although he may be full former lively ; is properly but the latter, of muscular vigour, does not like to put forth his strength except when he pleases, a fact which makes him dangerous to an inexperienced rider. We are LUNGING A HORSE. 35 Although an never certain except with a free-going horse. impetuous animal prefer him may get out of control and run to a sluggish horse. Pluck is a\va\-, I the best quality in a horse. have always obtained a good I who quickl}' loses result with my things which fear of the equine pupil, surround him, because he has no one on his back to hamper his movements and upset him.
Mouth of a "green" horse of the important and delicate matter. mouth without spoiling it, is an In order" to gently feel the we must begin with great lightness of hand, and gradually increase the pressure up to the point making the horse of feel it, degree according to the animal. which sensitiveness varies If a horse yields to the light pressure of a curb which has no curb-chain, of what use curb-chain, and what means of ful I restraint is the in good of seeking for is the a more power- ? have thoroughly broken horses, not only for the manege.