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Taming Horses

This website is a compilation of some books about Horse Taming, Horse Shoeing and Horse Hiding.

Art of Taming Horses.
The Arabian Art of Taming And Training Wild and Vicious Horses.
Rational Horse-Shoeing.
Hints on Driving.

[01] The Art Of Taming Horses.
Taming Horses
01 The Art Of Taming Horses.
02 Teaching His System For a Few Dollars In Ohio And Texas
03 Or The Safe Conveyance Of The Aged
04 And Then The Unlearned Proceed To Bully The Crippled Animal
05 And Had Frequently To Break In Horses Five Or Six Years Old
06 Courland Circus Riders Have Long Known How
09 But With No Taste For Reading And No Talent For Generalizing
12 The Proof That The Circus People Knew Neither The Rarey Plan
15 Tie His Pastern-joint To His Elbow
18 It Is True That Mademoiselle Isabel’s Experiment Was
21 Who Flourished About Fifty Years Ago
24 The Accepted Modes Of Taming a Determined Colt
27 Which Consisted In Breathing Into The Nostrils Of a Colt
30 And With a Rapidity Heretofore Quite Unknown
33 In a French Newspaper Article On Mr Rarey’s System
36 There Would Have Been So Many Accidents And So Many Failures
39 After a Consultation With Mr Rarey’s Noble Patrons
42 The Course Was Commenced On The 20th March
45 It Is Quite Too Late Now To Attempt
48 It Was High Time That It Should
51 Mr Rarey Is About Thirty Years Of Age
54 Stafford Is a Half-bred Carriage Stallion
57 Cruiser Was The Property Of Lord Dorchester
60 The Bas-reliefs In The British Museum
63 English Thoroughbred Horses When Once Acclimatized And
66 There The Common Hacks Of The County Breed On The Moors
69 Light Men With Broad Chests Have Been Enlisted For Indian Service
72 All That Can Be Safely Said Is
75 That He Has No Consciousness Of His Strength Beyond His Experience
78 If That Wild Horse There Was Conscious Of The Amount Of His Strength
81 With This Introduction To The Principles Of My Theory
84 With The Organs Naturally Used For That Purpose
87 Man Has Reason In Addition To His Senses
90 How To Stable a Colt Without Trouble.
93 The Kind Of Halter.
96 As When He Is Standing With His Nose To It
99 Horse Taming Drugs.
102 Editor’s Remarks.
105 The Observations About Rope Halters Are Very Sound
108 The Directions For Haltering Are Very Complete
111 Lively High-spirited Horses Tamed Easily.
114 Having Succeeded In Handling His Ears
117 Rarey’s Remarks On Powell’s Treatment.
120 How To Halter And Lead a Colt.
123 How To Lead a Colt By The Side Of a Broken Horse.
126 Editors Remarks.
129 A Colt’s Bit Should Be Large And Smooth Snaffle
132 Taming a Colt Or Horse.
135 This Will Conquer Him Better Than Anything You Could Do
138 Putting a Horse Down Single-handed.
141 As Mr Rarey Did In His First Interview With Cruiser
144 Take Care That Your Buckle Is Of The Very Best Quality
147 Like Every Other Operation It Must Be Done Very Gently
150 When Laid Loose On His Withers
153 But Merely To Follow Him About
156 Now Let Your Horse Recover His Wind
159 When You Have Done All You Desire To The Horse Tied Up
162 Will Kick Forward Nearly Up To The Fore-legs
165 When You Have To Deal With a Horse As Savage a Kicker As Cruiser
168 Many Ladies Have Attended Mr Rarey’s Lessons
171 The Average Horse May Be Subdued By The Average Horseman
174 I Mention These Facts Because An Idea
177 As Well As To Enable Pupils To Practise The Art
180 How To Bit a Colt. How To Saddle. To Mount. To Ride. To Break. To Harness.
183 Place It Near Him On The Ground
186 How To Accustom a Horse To a Bit.
189 If You Put The Bitting On Very Tight The First Time
192 And That There Is Nothing To Make It Hurt Him
195 As Soon As He Will Bear This Without Alarm
198 How To Ride The Colt.
201 Never Use Martingales On a Colt When You First Ride Him
204 To Make a Horse Follow You.
207 I do Not Know Any One Who Has Tried
210 It May Be Said That All This Was Time And Trouble Thrown Away
213 When We Remember That We Are Dealing With Dumb Brutes
216 Have It Standing In a Favourable Position For Starting
219 You Cannot Learn To Ride From a Book
222 A Bold Bad Rider Must Not Be Merely Brave, He Must Be Fool-hardy
225 However Suitable For Carrying Heavy Old Gentlemen
228 Little Girls Who Learn Their First Lessons By Riding With Papa
231 I Have Placed At The Head Of This Chapter a Woodcut
234 And Full Power Over a Pulling Horse
237 And In The English Cavalry In India
240 Soon After The Battle Of Waterloo
243 Placing One Hand On The Horse’s Mane
246 The Rider Has No Power One-handed
249 Plunging Or Attempting To Run Away
252 Without Being Retained By The Hands And Urged By The Legs
255 The Riding-school Is a Bad Place To Teach a Horse To Leap
258 Which Is Often Increased By Brutality
261 Any Well-bred Screw Can Gallop
264 Horses Under Six Years’ Old Are Seldom Equal To Very Hard Work
267 Hunters Should Be Placed Away From Other Horses
270 On Horseman’s And Horsewoman’s Dress, And Horse Furniture.
273 Which Is a Sort Of Snaffle-bit With Cheeks And a Curb-chain
276 In This Country We Are So Well Waited Upon
279 The Saddle Of a Gentleman Should Be Large Enough
282 A Great Many Persons In This Country Learn
285 For She Presses Her Right Leg Down Over The Upright Pommel
288 But To The Large Flap On The Near Side
291 But The Sleeves Must Fit Rather Closely
294 The Yellow Patent Leather Recently Introduced Seems A
297 But Then The Presentee Is Six Feet High
300 Since The Modern Shooting Jacket Fashion Came In
303 In Their Own Particular District
306 Dick Christian And The Marquis Of Hastings
309 And a Fox-hunter Were Considered Synonymous Terms
312 When Indecency Formed The Staple Of Our Plays
315 At Least Two-thirds Of Those Who Go Out
318 A Quick And Safe Jumper Always Goes From Hind-legs To Fore-legs
321 Young Sportsmen Generally Err By Being Too Bold And Too Fast
324 A Rushing Horse Is Generally a Dangerous Fencer
327 Than Whom a Keener Sportsman Never Holloaed To Hounds
330 In The Strongest Sense Of The Term
333 There Are a Few Hints To Which Pupils
336 If You Should Have a Cold-scenting Day
339 Dismiss The Moment You Start Two Ideas Which Are The Bane Of Sport
342 And The Exact Point Where The Scent Began To Fail
345 From Three To Six Quarterns a Day
348 The Fox Takes Precedence Of All From The Cover
351 Loo In Little Dearies Loo In
354 As a Huntsman And Breeder Of Hounds
357 Was In a Park By The Side Of a Small Firwood Plantation
360 But This Day i Made a Grand Mistake
363 There Is Another Pleasant Thing
366 At Length When Every Dodge Had Been Tried
369 The Downs And The Sea Are The Redeeming Features Of Brighton
372 A Good Three Miles From The Parade
375 For The Most Part Covered With Short Turf
378 For The Whole Turnout Is Perfection
381 The Brookside Are As Good And Honest As They Are Handsome
384 The Hounds Were About Fifteen Couple
387 And Spreading So Wide That The Whole Pack Can Feel It
390 And Is Met And Driven Back To Cover
393 When The Hounds Hunt Anything Beside Fox
396 Under The Pseudonym Of Uncle Scribble
399 As Among Most Medleys Of Five Thousand
402 Are You Of a Social Disposition
405 Make His Pack Hold To The Line Of The Fox As Long As They Could
408 Is Borne Out By a Speech Of Oliver St. John
411 And Double-breasted Flannel Waistcoat
414 By The Kindness Of Lord Yarborough
417 And That When The Celebrated Mr Meynell Reduced It To a Science
420 Roads And Canals Excited Great Alarm To Our Fathers
423 Over Water-courses Now Merrily Trotting
426 Very Dreary Was This Part Of Our Journey
429 Are Usually Covered With Coarse Herbage
432 These Were One Of The Few Herds Still Remaining On The Forest
435 From The Grange To Simon’s Bath About Three Miles
438 At Comparatively Trifling Expense
441 Every Man Who Had Bought a Pony Wanted To Catch It
444 In The Course Of The Evening a Little Chestnut Stallion
447 And Tends To Keep The Bowels Open
450 When The Perspiration Rolls Like Rain From His Face
453 2nd Book The Arabian Art Of Taming And Training Wild And Vicious Horses.
456 According To The Best Accounts We Can Gather
459 At An Early Period When The Diversion Of Hawking Was Prevalent
462 To Take These Assertions In Order
465 A Log Or Stump By The Road-side May Be
468 How To Stable a Colt Without Trouble.
471 The Kind Of Halter.
474 As When The Horse Is Standing With His Nose To It
477 Prevailing Opinion Of Horsemen.
480 Powel's System Of Approaching The Colt.
483 This Must Be Managed With Dexterity
486 To Those Who Understand The Philosophy Of Horsemanship
489 How To Halter And Lead The Colt.
492 How To Lead a Colt Into The Stable And Hitch Him Without Having Him Pull On The Halter.
495 How To Saddle a Colt.
498 And Have Your Colt In Some Tight Stable Or Shed
501 There Are Three Great Advantages In Having a Block To Mount From
504 After You Have Trained Him In This Way
507 The Proper Way To Bit a Colt.
510 How To Drive a Horse That Is Very Wild, And Has Any Vicious Habit
513 But By This New Method You Can Hitch Them To a Rattling Sulky
516 When We Remember That We Are Dealing With Dumb Brutes
519 Have It Stand In a Favorable Position For Starting
522 How To Make a Horse Lie Down.
525 The Horseman's Guide And Farrier.
528 For Horse Distemper.
531 Cuts And Wounds Of All Kinds.
534 Saddle Or Collar Liniment.
537 Liniment For Windgalls, Strains And Growth Of Lumps On Man Or Horse.
540 Oil For Collars.
543 Poll-evil Or Fistula.
546 Process Of Causing a Horse To Lay Down.
549 Be Extremely Careful In Catching a Horse
552 Indication Of a Horse's Disposition.
555 Temperance Beverage.
558 General Observations.
561 When They Are Adverse In Application
564 Whether Where Equinoctial Fervors Glow Or Winter
567 The Action Of The Frog Upon The Ground
570 With The Facility To Error Characteristic Of The Unreasoning
573 Not By Any Virtue In The Iron Itself
576 Countersinking The Nails.
579 How To Shoe Sound Feet.
582 Simple Cases Of Contraction.
585 Quarter And Toe Crack.
588 Seedy Toe
591 Bent Knees Interference, And Speedy Cut.
594 Working Up Horses.
597 Economy Of The Goodenough Shoe.
600 Perfect Shoe And Hoof
603 Rationalism In Medicine Is The Method Which Recognises
606 And The Mortal Born Of Earth And Sea
609 Hints On Driving.
612 The Brighton Day Mail Being About To Start
615 The Railway Opened To Plymouth
618 Rule I. Selection Of The Team.
621 Rule Iv. Turning.
624 Rule Vii. Uniformity Of Draught.
627 I Trust That Some Will Benefit From These Instructions
630 I Will Add a Little Anecdote Of Bob Pointer
633 Mounted On The Engine Platform
636 An Old Friend And a New Face.
639 It Has Its Insides And Outsides
642 Tune The Queen God Bless Her
645 Safety Warning
646 How To Cite Our Website


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