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Pass: 1st. To the lesson of the arm, which consists in moving it in every direction, first bent, and afterwards extended; 2d. To that of the head; this must be turned right and left without its motions reacting on the shoulders. When the lessons of the chest, arms, and head give a satisfactory result, which ought to be at the end of four days (eight lessons), we will then pass to the pupil’s legs. He will remove one of his thighs as far as possible from the quarters of the saddle; and afterwards replace it with a rotatory movement from without inwards, in order to make it adhere to the saddle by as many points of contact as possible.
The young horse, in free dom, having been accustomed to regulate his own movements, will, at first, submit with difficulty to the strange influence that comes to take the entire control of them. A struggle necessarily ensues be tween the horse and his rider, who will be Hosted by Google 57 FORCES OF THE HORSE. overcome unless he is possessed of energy, patience, and, above all, the knowledge ne cessary to gain his point. The forces of the animal being the element upon which the rider must principally work, first to con quer, and finally to direct them, it is neces sary he should fix his attention upon these before anything else.
Nevertheless, it is not without a motive that I have deferred treating of this question until now. Had I had nothing new to say It Hosted by Google 40 METHOD OF HORSEMANSHIP. on this subject, I might very easily have managed, by consulting old authors, by transposing a sentence here, and changing a word there, to have sent forth into the equestrian world another inutility. But I had other ideas j I wished to make a tho rough reform. My system for giving a good seat to the rider, being also an innovation, I feared lest so many new things at one time should alarm even the best-intentioned amateurs, and give a hold to my adversaries.