By François Baucher
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The horse, then, from the moment he is mounted, should only act by transmitted forces. The invariable application of this principle con stitutes the true talent of the horseman. But such a result cannot be attained in stantaneously. 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.
If we commenced by a less, we would not at tain this result. The flexions of the loins will be repeated, allowing the pupil often to let himself down into his natural relaxed position, in order to accustom him to throw his chest quickly into a good position. The body being well placed, the instructor will Hosted by Google 46 METHOD OF HORSEMANSHIP. 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.
The master hand was required, and, under its influence, all such things as vice and unmanageable temper disappeared. Instead of violent force on the part of man, which would only have 4 Hosted by Google 38 translator ’s preface . produced more violent force on the part of the brute, Baucher sought out the sources of these resistances, and conquered them in detail. Is it not worth a few weeks’ pleasant la bor with your horse to be able to make him move with the grace, elegance, and majesty of this one, or of those we have since seen ridden by Derious, and that French Amazon, Caroline Loyo ?
A method of horsemanship : founded upon new principles: including the breaking and training of horses : with instructions for obtaining a good seat by François Baucher