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If you are necessitated to the horse ; to prevent from running away with you, your strength' horse this, is not competent for such nor must you throw your body out of centre, nor plant your feet forward to increase your pull without raising your hands. 39 ON THE RACING SYSTEM. hands these operate to the disadvantage of : the horse, where you are to push and do your utmost, you must assist the horse's situations 111 efforts with the greatest exactness and judg- ment, without depriving the horse of the support, requisite him to assist your hand must permit extend himself to the utmost and him in himself together.
Mselves, to be colcaution gentlemen lected at this match their part is for, if it is a near over-doing or under-doing their equally detrimental. to yield P'or, were you your hand too much, you abandon your horse if 5^ou ; winning or losing depends on the The riding. time ; and, in gathering him together, over-do your part, you check his next extension : hence, a steady support must be given. ON THE RACING SYSTEM. given, which, more nor Now less must be neither than the horse requires. me let either.
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 .