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Hints on Horsemanship [etc.] [1871]
Greenwood, George

Greenwood, George. Hints on Horsemanship, to a Nephew and Niece; or, common sense and common errors in common riding. London: E. Moxon 1871. New ed. (1st pub. 1839). x, 110p, 14 line ills. + 2p of publisher's ads. Pictorial cloth, gilt stamped (rebacked, rehinged). ** Aims to improve civilian riding, by which the author means not "condemning" ladies and gentlemen to the military system. Rein handling, bitting, breaking, etc. Emphasizes outdoor riding, but also treats lateral movements and collection, as well as ladies' riding. (Wells 3033). (Item ID: 1541)


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