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The pupil being on horseback, the instructor will examine his natural position, in order to exercise more frequently those parts which have a tendency to give way or stiffen. The lesson will commence with the chest. He must expand the chest, and hold himself Hosted by Google 45 EXERCISE IN THE SADDLE. in this position for some time, without re­ gard to the stiffness which it will occasion at first. It is by the exertion of force that the pupil will become supple, and not by the abandon so much and so uselessly re­ commended.

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 ? It is within the power of every one to do this to a certain extent; and as the education of the rider advances progressively with that of the horse, there are, as Baucher himself says, no limits to the progress of horsemanship, and no per­ formance, equestrianly possible, which a horseman, who will properly apply these principles, cannot make his horse execute.

This process will serve as a dyna­ mometer to judge of the increase of power. The strictest watch must be kept that each force which acts separately does not put other forces in action, that is to say, that the movement of the arms does not in5 Hosted by Google 50 METHOD OF HORSEMANSHIP. fluence the shoulders; it should he the same with the thighs, with respect to the body; the legs, with respect to the thighs, &c. &c. The displacement and suppling of each part separately being obtained, the chest and seat will be temporarily displaced, in order to teach the rider to recover his proper posi­ tion without assistance.

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