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the trouble is only occasional; and the rider, correcting himself, will correct his horse.

HEAD TOO HIGH


But if this wrong carriage is often repeated, and without provocation from the rider, then the cause lies in some defect of conformation, as long and weak loins, or too straight hocks, which are sometimes the beginning of spavin or curb, or else in