By John. Swire

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Usual English manner is to have the left reins, curb and snaffle, separated by the little finger, or the little and third fingers of the left hand, and the right reins either separated by The the second finger of the left hand or placed between the thumb and first finger in the first ; case the ends of the between the thumb and reins first second case the ends of the pass upwards finger; in the left reins pass and second fingers, whilst the right reins pass through the palm of the hand. between the first Except perhaps when hunting, the curb rein should be on the outside.

The the point to bear in mind is that the longer cheeks, the thinner the canons, and the higher the port, the more severe will the bit be, and that as a horse should not be hurt, the strength of the bit should depend upon the length of the branches, and not on the sharpness of the mouthpiece. Sometimes, although the curb chain lies in its proper place, 17 it still hurts the c ANGLO-FRENCH HORSEMANSHIP just above, in this case an indiarubber or leather curb-guard should be worn. piece of indiarubber piping 6 inches long, bony projection A with a small slit in the centre, made lengthways, ring of the curb the drop for through, answers equally chain well, but is to fall not so neat.

The length of the curb chain should depend on the sensibility of the bars one should act at first as if the ; was sensibility loose. Some the bit is great, and have the curb chain horses bend the neck best low in the mouth, and yet curb chain so loose that slack it slips when over the chin : when like the the reins are to prevent this, one end of an ordinary lip strap to the throat lash, and the other end to the centre fasten drop link of the curb, the strap being of such a length that when the reins are tight, the curb One should nicely in the chin groove.

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