4 edition of The modern riding-master: or, A key to the knowledge of the horse, and horsemanship found in the catalog.
The modern riding-master: or, A key to the knowledge of the horse, and horsemanship
1776 by Printed and sold by Robert Aitken, printer and bookseller in Front-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||By Philip Astley, riding-master, late of His Majesty"s Royal Light Dragoons. ; Adorned with various engravings.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 14653.|
|Contributions||George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820, dedicatee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, , 10-40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
Today, as we all recognise, we are supposed to manage everything: our hair, our diet, our weight, our time, our daily schedule, our data — and that is before we get on to our institutions or organisations and their management systems, processes and styles. Now it is always necessary to go to the bottom of such where the parts will admit of incision otherwise no cure can be expected. No cow is more placid, no lamb more gentle; he would not harm a tsetse fly or kick a snapping terrier. This, by some chance, I did, in spite of the attempts of the Russians to cut me down.
A Treatise on the Strangles and Fevers of Horses. London: Longman, Green and Co, ; This, by some chance, I did, in spite of the attempts of the Russians to cut me down. There, go and dress, child; go and dress!
And you mean to take some more lessons if you find that you really need them? And you still think, Esmeralda, that three lessons will be enough to make you a horse woman, and that by next And horsemanship book you will be able to join the road party, and witch the world with your accomplishments? Leiden: Brill. In the morning, looking very pretty in her borrowed riding habit, her English hat with the hunting guard made necessary by the Back Bay breezes, her brown gauntlets, and the one scarlet carnation in her button-hole, she drove to the riding-school, where she had agreed to meet Theodore and her other friends, not like Mrs. Wait until he is perfectly still, and the groom has him by the head.
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The regular, pulsating count by which a clever girl is moving like The modern riding-master: or machine, irritates you, and you tell another beginner, "They really ought to let us rise on alternate bats at first, until we are more accustomed to the motion," and she agrees with you, and both of you try this, which might be called trotting on the American pupil plan, but even the calm Billy manages to take about six steps between what you regard as the "alternate beats," and at last breaks into a canter, and you and horsemanship book yourself ordered, very peremptorily, to "sit down.
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The American who drives, whatever may be his social station, admires the courage of the woman who rides, but he is firmly convinced that she does not understand horses, and gives her all the space available wherein to disport herself. Don't pull o the right rein! Although not quite ready to assert ability to ride hour after hour like a mounted policeman, you feel certain that you could ride as gracefully as he, and perhaps you are right, for official position does not confer wisdom in equitation.
Very likely, the criticizing mamma on the mounting-stand is scolding sharply about noting. But are you really going on the road, Monday, Miss Esmeralda? Stirrup fit varies greatly between disciplines, from the very short stirrup of the horse racing jockey to the long stirrup of the dressage or reining competitor.
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Horses are unexpected visitors in contemporary everyday life: not quite exotic, but not familiar either. The school is not carried on entirely for your benefit, although you will at first assume that it is. Give me the right kind of horse for my pupil to ride, and I would as leif give lessons on the road as anywhere, but it is not well for the pupil, whose attention is distracted by a thousand things, and who learns less in a year than she would The modern riding-master: or a month in school.
Esmeralda was his pupil, and he would have taken the whole centennial quadrille and all the The modern riding-master: or ladies to point his moral, had he seen them making equestrian blunders. Using carbolic acid phenolas an antiseptic agent, he worked with James McCall the founder of the Glasgow Veterinary College, to develop his methods using horses and calves.
How do you like it? But your left foot swings now forward and now outward, and you cannot rise. That is to say, give yourself a sponge bath in hot water, with a dash of Sarg's soap and almond meal in it, rubbing dry with a Turkish towel, and then dress and go down to dinner.
Sheep: their Breeds, Management and Diseases. Like a thing that was mad, My chestnut broke away. Concern with the equestrian practices of elites also returns us from a history of ideas to a more material realm of history.
That saws his mouth, and gives him something besides scampering to occupy his mind. It seems so. The poor creature is really not in fault. If the door move by a hair's breadth, it will show you that you are pulling too much, and you must remember that your hold on your horse's mouth gives you greater leverage than you have on the door, and then, perhaps, you will pity the poor beast a little now and then.
You are perfectly safe with him, Esmeralda, not only because he knows how to ride, but because the strongest of all human motives, self-interest, is enlisted to promote your safety. Your master treated you as if you were an ignorant girl?
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The name of the public-house was The modern riding-master: or Pegasus’s Arms. The Pegasus’s legs might have been more to the purpose; but, underneath the winged horse upon the sign-board, the Pegasus’s Arms The modern riding-master: or inscribed in Roman letters.
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