A new system of horsemanship : from the French of Monsieur by Claude Bourgelat

By Claude Bourgelat

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Titlepage in purple and black. With an errata slip.

London : revealed through Henry Woodfall, for Paul Vaillant, 1754. [2],v,[1],147,[1]p.,plate ; four°

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Him The there firft fome Time, coax him, Leffons ought to be well when you undertake to bring a young Horfe to Obedience, and to reclaim him from Liberty to the Subweigh'd ; jedion of the Bridle, Saddle, and the Weight of his Rider,, fo> ANEWSYSTEM 22 {o reftrain'd, it is not furprizing own Strength againft you in his The he fliould employ if Defence. Generality of Colts are difficult to be turn'd and cruided as you would have them go to be furprized at this their firft ; we ought ftantly following their fubjedled all at there ; is Dams.

Would commit ; for Lenity and good Ufage would never reduce them to Obedience, and Severity would make them lifelefs and jadifh. In fine, let your LefTons be Diforders they fhort, eafy, and often repeated to Horfes of a cold and heavy Difpofition, becaufe they have no Memory, and want both Refolution and Strength, In a word, never depart from *' '*' this great Maxim, " Always obferve a juftMedium between too indulgent aLenity and ex- treme Severity j" work your Horfe according to ^ his Strength and OF HORSEMANSHIP.

A OF HORSEMANSHIP. A Horse, though he Legs and Loins, yet ficulty to colled himfelf ftrong in his Shoulders, is he if is 4^ low upon before, will have his Haunches, fo in his much Difas to make good Stop on the contrary, if his Shoulders and Neckare high and raifed, he will have the greater Part of the a ; Qualities requifite to A Horse who is upon long in the Back generally ftops very- and without keeping aukwardly, that is it. his Head fteady fhort and trufs'd, with a thick Neck, The his Shoulders.

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