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Extra resources for Breaking and Riding
Worse than to provoke a horse to resistance the rider has not the pluck to make him give if in. lady's seat. Except as regards the legs, a lady should sit exactly like a man. ladies riding astride, For some time there has been talk of which practice would deprive her of feminine grace, and would afford no useful want a man's seat in difficult for a woman on a saddle is firmness, result. which would be all The great still more to acquire if she rode in a cross-saddle, because her thighs are rounder and weaker than those of a man.
The stirrup leathers will " tread " be the correct length when the just when mounted. necessary to take the feet out of the stirrups and to this, it is It is comes recommended to of the iron generally contact with the internal side of the stirrup my foot at an equal distance from both sides of can give great suppleness to the ankle jcnnts by in various directions, pick up the irons very easily. and can then In the open leathers one hole shorter than in the school, I let go or ride with the and then obtain a better support in quick paces, especially when rising at the trot.
She should keep her body well under her when rising at the trot. The upper part of the body makes no effort, but allows itself to and knees The be raised by the movement of the horse. and the ankle foot rests in the stirrup iron without stiffness, The slightest muscular made by the ankle, knees or con- act only as hinges. traction, or the least effort will give the rider a stiff cause fatigue. If the loins and ungraceful appearance, and will lady will carry out these rules, she will on the saddle and one in the come down too quickly, and will ride in two-time, namely, one Otherwise she air.