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Should circumstances throw you out, or leave you considerably behind, fast riding may be necessary horse at speed; blow and for, distress but not to rate your ; by him this, you would soon so that he could not cover ON THE HUNTING cover his leaps 33 SEAT. a rate considerably short of ; speed will bring you up; therefore, the freeness of your horse, even in this case, must him exhaust himself, but pull at, and save his wind as much as you can. Look before you leap, is a necessary cauCion a person who knows the not induce you to let ; may country who is ride more forward than one a stranger to it never take unneces- ; sary leaps to display your horse, nor leap at gate or rail, if you can get through or over the hedge or fence is ; and, if your horse not a very safe leaper and used to take .
Less, if money cannot be 3 Neverthe- safely ventured on trotting- ON RIDING A TROTTING-MATCH", 4? trotting-matches, there will always be ad- mirers of fast trotters, and without an occasional trial for a mile or two against an- other horse, they might as well be without them; therefore the method of riding a advantage, ter to ceptable to thought would be ac- I some of trot- my readers. The method close down to of riding a trotter which 5^ou are not to rise in the I stirrups, mean, to is sit as by the saddle as possible; nor stand in them, but taking a deep hold with the muscles of the thighs, sit as close and still as the action of the horse will permit, and the faster he goes, the less 3^ou will stirrup fmd your The seat disturbed.
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. a horse is true on his legs, do his you may encourage and urge him (which himself best, but if he over-rates you will feel and know by practice) he must to fall, or gallop to prevent it at the instant he perceives vents him, by the method When lated.