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" The liberty of the aftion and feat of a horfeman ; fo that in all the motions made by the horfe, he does not incline his body more to one fide than to the other, but continues in the middle of the faddie, rearing equally on his Ilirrups, in order to give... "
The farrier's and horseman's dictionary: being a compleat system of ... - Page 144
by N. B. Philippos - 1726 - 454 pages
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The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Hunting - 1785 - 548 pages
...The liberty of the action and feat of a horfeman -, fo that in all the motions made by the horfe, he does not incline his body more to one fide than to the other, but continues in the middle of the faddle, rearing equally on his ftirrups, in order to give the horfe the proper and feafonable aids....
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Sports - 1800 - 600 pages
...The liberty of the aftion and feat of a horfeman ; fo that in all the motions made by the horfe, he does not incline his body more to one fide than to the other, but continues in the middle of the faddie, rearing equally on his Ilirrups, in order to give the horfe the proper and feafonable aids....
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Sports - 1800 - 544 pages
...The liberty of the aBion and feat of a horfeman ; fo that in all the motions made by the horfe, he does not incline his body more to one fide than to the other, but continues in the middle ot the faddie, rearing equally on his ftirrups, in order to give the horfe the proper and feafonable...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - Hunting - 1807 - 547 pages
...The liberty of the adion and feat of a horfeman j fo that in all the motions made by the horfe, he does not incline his body more to one fide than to the other, but continues in the middle of the faddle, rearing equally on his ftirrups, in order to give the horfe the proper and fcafonable aids....
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