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Introduction    Page 5
The Three Fundamental Principles of my Theory, founded on the leading Characteristics of the Horse    13
How to succeed in getting the Colt from Pasture    17
How to Stable a Colt without Trouble    18
Time to Reflect    20
The Kind of Halter    20
Remarks on the Horse    21
Experiment with the Robe    22
Suggestions on the Habit of Smelling    23
Prevailing Opinion of Horsemen    24
Powel's System of Approaching the Colt    26
Remarks on Powel's Treatment How to Govern Horses of any Kind    30
How to proceed if your Horse is of a stubborn Disposition    34
How to Halter and Lead a Colt    35
How to lead a Colt by the Side of a Broken Horse    39
How to Lead a Colt into the Stable and Hitch him without having him pull on the Halter    40
The Kind of Bit, and how to accustom a Horse to it    42
How to Saddle a Colt    43
How to Mount the Colt    45
How to Ride the Colt    47
The proper Way to Bit a Colt    49
How to Drive a Horse that is very Wild and has any Vicious Habits    50
On Balking    53
To Break a Horse to Harness    58
How to Hitch a Horse in a Sulky    59
How to make a Horse Lie Down    60
How to make a Horse Follow you    62
How to make a Horse Stand without Holding    63