The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild & Vicious Horses
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The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild & Vicious Horses

By P. R. Kincaid, John J. Stutzman
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  • THE ARABIAN ART
    • OF
  • TAMING AND TRAINING
  • WILD & VICIOUS HORSES.
    • BY
    • T. GILBERT, BRO. RAMSEY & CO.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF MY THEORY
      • Founded on the Leading Characteristics of the Horse.
        • How to Succeed in Getting the Colt from Pasture.
        • How to Stable a Colt without Trouble.
        • Time to Reflect.
        • The kind of Halter.
        • Remarks on the Horse.
        • Experiments with the Robe.
        • Suppositions on the Sense of Smelling.
        • Prevailing Opinion of Horsemen.
        • Powel's System of Approaching the Colt.
        • Remarks on Powel's Treatment how to govern Horses of Any Kind.
        • How to Proceed if your Horse is of a Stubborn Disposition.
        • How to Halter and Lead the Colt.
        • How to lead a Colt by the side of a broken Horse.
        • How to lead a Colt into the Stable and hitch Him without having Him pull on the Halter.
        • The kind of Bit and how to accustom a Horse to it.
        • How to Saddle a Colt.
        • How to Mount the Colt.
        • How to Ride the Colt.
        • The proper way to Bit a Colt.
        • How to drive a Horse that is very wild, and has any vicious habit
        • On Balking.
        • To Break a Horse to Harness.
        • How to hitch a Horse in a Sulky.
        • How to Make a Horse Lie Down.
        • How to make a Horse follow you.
        • How to make a Horse stand without Holding.
      • How to Succeed in Getting the Colt from Pasture.
      • How to Stable a Colt without Trouble.
      • Time to Reflect.
      • The kind of Halter.
      • Remarks on the Horse.
      • Experiments with the Robe.
      • Suppositions on the Sense of Smelling.
      • Prevailing Opinion of Horsemen.
      • Powel's System of Approaching the Colt.
      • Remarks on Powel's Treatment how to govern Horses of Any Kind.
      • How to Proceed if your Horse is of a Stubborn Disposition.
      • How to Halter and Lead the Colt.
      • How to lead a Colt by the side of a broken Horse.
      • How to lead a Colt into the Stable and hitch Him without having Him pull on the Halter.
      • The kind of Bit and how to accustom a Horse to it.
      • How to Saddle a Colt.
      • How to Mount the Colt.
      • How to Ride the Colt.
      • The proper way to Bit a Colt.
      • How to drive a Horse that is very wild, and has any vicious habit
      • On Balking.
      • To Break a Horse to Harness.
      • How to hitch a Horse in a Sulky.
      • How to Make a Horse Lie Down.
      • How to make a Horse follow you.
      • How to make a Horse stand without Holding.
    • Founded on the Leading Characteristics of the Horse.
      • How to Succeed in Getting the Colt from Pasture.
      • How to Stable a Colt without Trouble.
      • Time to Reflect.
      • The kind of Halter.
      • Remarks on the Horse.
      • Experiments with the Robe.
      • Suppositions on the Sense of Smelling.
      • Prevailing Opinion of Horsemen.
      • Powel's System of Approaching the Colt.
      • Remarks on Powel's Treatment how to govern Horses of Any Kind.
      • How to Proceed if your Horse is of a Stubborn Disposition.
      • How to Halter and Lead the Colt.
      • How to lead a Colt by the side of a broken Horse.
      • How to lead a Colt into the Stable and hitch Him without having Him pull on the Halter.
      • The kind of Bit and how to accustom a Horse to it.
      • How to Saddle a Colt.
      • How to Mount the Colt.
      • How to Ride the Colt.
      • The proper way to Bit a Colt.
      • How to drive a Horse that is very wild, and has any vicious habit
      • On Balking.
      • To Break a Horse to Harness.
      • How to hitch a Horse in a Sulky.
      • How to Make a Horse Lie Down.
      • How to make a Horse follow you.
      • How to make a Horse stand without Holding.
    • How to Succeed in Getting the Colt from Pasture.
    • How to Stable a Colt without Trouble.
    • Time to Reflect.
    • The kind of Halter.
    • Remarks on the Horse.
    • Experiments with the Robe.
    • Suppositions on the Sense of Smelling.
    • Prevailing Opinion of Horsemen.
    • Powel's System of Approaching the Colt.
    • Remarks on Powel's Treatment how to govern Horses of Any Kind.
    • How to Proceed if your Horse is of a Stubborn Disposition.
    • How to Halter and Lead the Colt.
    • How to lead a Colt by the side of a broken Horse.
    • How to lead a Colt into the Stable and hitch Him without having Him pull on the Halter.
    • The kind of Bit and how to accustom a Horse to it.
    • How to Saddle a Colt.
    • How to Mount the Colt.
    • How to Ride the Colt.
    • The proper way to Bit a Colt.
    • How to drive a Horse that is very wild, and has any vicious habit
    • On Balking.
    • To Break a Horse to Harness.
    • How to hitch a Horse in a Sulky.
    • How to Make a Horse Lie Down.
    • How to make a Horse follow you.
    • How to make a Horse stand without Holding.
    • THE HORSEMAN'S GUIDE
    • AND
    • FARRIER.
      • Cure for Colic.
        • Cure for the Bots.
        • For Distemper.
        • Long Fever.
        • Rheumatic Liniment.
        • Cuts and Wounds of all kinds.
        • Sprains and Swellings.
        • For Glanders.
        • Saddle or Collar Liniment.
        • Liniment to set the stifle Joint on a Horse.
        • Eye Water.
        • Liniment for Windgalls, Strains and growth of Lumps on Man or Horse.
        • Horse Powder.
        • For Cuts or Wounds on Horse or Man.
        • Oil for Collars.
        • Sore and Scummed Eyes on Horses.
        • For a Bruised Eye.
        • Poll-evil or Fistula.
        • For the Fersey.
        • To Make the Hair Grow on Man or Beast.
        • Cholera or Diarrhea Tincture.
        • Cure for the Heaves.
        • Process of causing a Horse to lay down.
        • Means of learning a Horse to pace.
        • Horsemanship.
        • Indication of a Horse's Disposition.
        • Cures, &c.
        • Receipt for Bone Spavin or Ring-Bone.
        • Temperance Beverage.
        • Sarsaparilla Syrup.
      • Cure for the Bots.
      • For Distemper.
      • Long Fever.
      • Rheumatic Liniment.
      • Cuts and Wounds of all kinds.
      • Sprains and Swellings.
      • For Glanders.
      • Saddle or Collar Liniment.
      • Liniment to set the stifle Joint on a Horse.
      • Eye Water.
      • Liniment for Windgalls, Strains and growth of Lumps on Man or Horse.
      • Horse Powder.
      • For Cuts or Wounds on Horse or Man.
      • Oil for Collars.
      • Sore and Scummed Eyes on Horses.
      • For a Bruised Eye.
      • Poll-evil or Fistula.
      • For the Fersey.
      • To Make the Hair Grow on Man or Beast.
      • Cholera or Diarrhea Tincture.
      • Cure for the Heaves.
      • Process of causing a Horse to lay down.
      • Means of learning a Horse to pace.
      • Horsemanship.
      • Indication of a Horse's Disposition.
      • Cures, &c.
      • Receipt for Bone Spavin or Ring-Bone.
      • Temperance Beverage.
      • Sarsaparilla Syrup.
    • Cure for Colic.
      • Cure for the Bots.
      • For Distemper.
      • Long Fever.
      • Rheumatic Liniment.
      • Cuts and Wounds of all kinds.
      • Sprains and Swellings.
      • For Glanders.
      • Saddle or Collar Liniment.
      • Liniment to set the stifle Joint on a Horse.
      • Eye Water.
      • Liniment for Windgalls, Strains and growth of Lumps on Man or Horse.
      • Horse Powder.
      • For Cuts or Wounds on Horse or Man.
      • Oil for Collars.
      • Sore and Scummed Eyes on Horses.
      • For a Bruised Eye.
      • Poll-evil or Fistula.
      • For the Fersey.
      • To Make the Hair Grow on Man or Beast.
      • Cholera or Diarrhea Tincture.
      • Cure for the Heaves.
      • Process of causing a Horse to lay down.
      • Means of learning a Horse to pace.
      • Horsemanship.
      • Indication of a Horse's Disposition.
      • Cures, &c.
      • Receipt for Bone Spavin or Ring-Bone.
      • Temperance Beverage.
      • Sarsaparilla Syrup.
    • Cure for the Bots.
    • For Distemper.
    • Long Fever.
    • Rheumatic Liniment.
    • Cuts and Wounds of all kinds.
    • Sprains and Swellings.
    • For Glanders.
    • Saddle or Collar Liniment.
    • Liniment to set the stifle Joint on a Horse.
    • Eye Water.
    • Liniment for Windgalls, Strains and growth of Lumps on Man or Horse.
    • Horse Powder.
    • For Cuts or Wounds on Horse or Man.
    • Oil for Collars.
    • Sore and Scummed Eyes on Horses.
    • For a Bruised Eye.
    • Poll-evil or Fistula.
    • For the Fersey.
    • To Make the Hair Grow on Man or Beast.
    • Cholera or Diarrhea Tincture.
    • Cure for the Heaves.
    • Process of causing a Horse to lay down.
    • Means of learning a Horse to pace.
    • Horsemanship.
    • Indication of a Horse's Disposition.
    • Cures, &c.
    • Receipt for Bone Spavin or Ring-Bone.
    • Temperance Beverage.
    • Sarsaparilla Syrup.
    • ESOTERIC ANTHROPOLOGY
      • Interior Science of Man.
    • Interior Science of Man.
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