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ILLUSTRATIONS
The Author Mounted on "Why-Not" at the Beginning of his Training Frontispiece
FIGURES IN HALF-TONE
Facing
1. The Horse sees and feels the Whip without Fear 70
2. Contact of the Bits with the Mouth by the Whip on the Flank 70
3. Contact of the Bits with the Mouth by the Whip on the Chest 71
4. Flexion for bringing up the Head and Neck and making the Horse Light 80
5. The Horse Light in Hand 80
6. Flexion of the Lower Jaw to the Right by the Curb Bit 81
7. Completion of the Direct Flexion 81
8. Flexion of Neck and Lower Jaw by the Curb Bit 82
9. Flexion of Neck and Mouth by the Snaffle Reins 82
10. Flexion of the Lower Jaw by the Curb Bit and of the Neck by the Snaffle Reins 83
11. Flexion of the neck by the Snaffle and of the Lower Jaw by the Curb Bit 83
12. Direct Flexion of the Lower Jaw by the Curb Bit and of the Neck by the Snaffle Reins 84
13. Direct Flexion of Neck and Lower Jaw with Lightness of the Front Hand 84
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