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CONTENTS
PART I
THE USUAL OR INSTINCTIVE EQUITATION
I. Introduction 3
II. Mount, Dismount, and Vault 7
III. The Seat 15
IV. The Woman Rider 30
V. The Aids 37
VI. The Gaits 40
VII. Jumping 47
PART II
THE REASONED EQUITATION : THE TRAINING OF THE SADDLE-HORSE BY THE AID OF PRINCIPLES BASED ON THE EXPERIENCE OF MASTERS OF THE ART OF RIDING
VIII. The Reasoned Equitation 55
IX. Breaking in 58
X. Rewards and Punishments 67
XL The First Work on Foot 70
XII. The Flexions 74
XIII. Backing and the Pirouettes 86
XIV. The Handling of the Reins 94
XV. The First Work Mounted: The Hands and the Aids 106
XVI. The Legs and their Effects 111
XVII. The Spurs and their Effects 119
XVIII. Mobilizations Mounted 140
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