A method of horsemanship : founded upon new principles: by François Baucher

By François Baucher

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Had I had nothing new to say It Hosted by Google 40 METHOD OF HORSEMANSHIP. on this subject, I might very easily have managed, by consulting old authors, by transposing a sentence here, and changing a word there, to have sent forth into the equestrian world another inutility. But I had other ideas j I wished to make a tho­ rough reform. My system for giving a good seat to the rider, being also an innovation, I feared lest so many new things at one time should alarm even the best-intentioned amateurs, and give a hold to my adversaries.

When the seat is firmly settled at all the different paces, the instructor will explain simply, the connec­ tion between the wrists and the legs, as well as their separate effects. —Here the rider will commence the horse’s education, by fol­ lowing the progression I have pointed out, and which will be found farther on. The pupil will be made to understand all that there is rational in it, and what an intimate connection exists between the education of the man and that of the horse. Hosted by Google 53 RECAPITULATION.

Produced more violent force on the part of the brute, Baucher sought out the sources of these resistances, and conquered them in detail. Is it not worth a few weeks’ pleasant la­ bor with your horse to be able to make him move with the grace, elegance, and majesty of this one, or of those we have since seen ridden by Derious, and that French Amazon, Caroline Loyo ? It is within the power of every one to do this to a certain extent; and as the education of the rider advances progressively with that of the horse, there are, as Baucher himself says, no limits to the progress of horsemanship, and no per­ formance, equestrianly possible, which a horseman, who will properly apply these principles, cannot make his horse execute.

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