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Impediments, and ride as freely over them as on plain ground. For the care and accommodation of the horse, let him take either, or change his leg as often own as he pleases and, for your ; change your system of riding as often as you find it pleasant and convenient, ease, by which, I mean, you can frequently keep up in a trot, in which you can, by way of change, sit close to the saddle, stirrups, or stand in the stirrups. Be rise in the cautious of riding into close covers, you should not fmd your way out but where there are rides or passable tracts, you may ride in, being mindful to avoid and lest ; defend your head from the boughs, In forest-hunting, or among mouthed and untractable trees, horses &c.

Collecting done hy permitting the horse to draw your hand fi-om your body, to favour This is his extension, and hand and assists him in haunches under him. as he collects himself the returns to the body, collectino; •& his This action of the hands, must be done with the nicest judgment, otherwise you would abandon, deceive, deter, and pre- vent, rather than assist the horse's exertion. Be not mindful, thpreibre, that the hand does move moves it the hand ; till the extension of the horse re- and, during affords the this removal, same support D 4 that that the horse ON THE RACING SYSTEM.

Drop his head, This done, you must be careful that no unsteadiness in your hand or seat creates the disorder again. The ge- when they extend them- neralit}^ of trotters, selves, or as they term it, settle to it, take a steady support from the hand this must be permitted, and the hand kept firm and still, that the horse may have a dependence ; on it. He will frcfjuently reti^esh his mouth. ON RIDING A TROTTING MATCH. mouth, by yielding moving his nose, or head, and then take a support again ever accommodating is lowed, so that him lift it ol ; what- him may be to has not a tendency to his al- make before or behind, gallop, or abate When his trot.

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