Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on ... and in this order muft the horfe continue to go on. To gallop falfe, to difunite,....
" ... and in this order muft the horfe continue to go on. To gallop falfe, to difunite, to drag the haunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falfe foot, is, when the galloper having led with one of the fore legs, whether... "
The farrier's and horseman's dictionary: being a compleat system of ... - Page 242
by N. B. Philippos - 1726 - 454 pages
Full view - About this book

The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or, The Country Gentleman's Companion, in All ...

Sports - 1735
...go on. To gallop falfe, to difunite, to drag the haunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falfe foot, is, when the galloper having led with one of the fore legs, whether right or left, does not continue to make that leg always fet out firft, nor to make...
Full view - About this book

The Farrier's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary:: Containing the Art of ...

Thomas Wallis (surgeon.), E. Baker (bookseller.) - Horses - 1759 - 330 pages
...to drag the haunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falfe loot, is when the galloper having led with one of the fore-legs, whether the right or left, iloes not continue, make to that leg always fet out fiift, nor to make the liini-leg...
Full view - About this book

The Farriers's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary:: Containing the Art of ...

Thomas Wallis (surgeon.) - Horses - 1766 - 330 pages
...difunite, to drag the haunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falle foot, is when the galloper having led with one of the fore-legs, whether the right or left, does not continue, to make that leg always fet out firft, nor to make the hind-leg...
Full view - About this book

The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

Hunting - 1785 - 548 pages
...to goon. To gallop faft, to difunite, to drag thehaunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falfe foot, is when the galloper having led with one of the. fore legs, whether right or left, does not continue to make that leg always fet outfirft, nor to make...
Full view - About this book

The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - Hunting - 1807 - 547 pages
...to go on. To gallop faft, to difunite, to draw the haunches, to change feet, to go or run upon falfe feet, to gallop upon the falfe foot, is when the galloper having led with one of the fore legs, whether right or left, does not continue to make that log always fet out firft, nor to make...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF