By Lavekar, G.S. and Menon, T.V. and Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (India)
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38 SCHOOL' TRAINING FOR HORSES. CHAPTER V. THE PASSAGE. The passage action brilliant equilibrium. his horse, in the is balance right or to the In kind of trot, the at of very highest possible usually employed found at each stride is able to It a in as the position in which the traversing, horse is in is moving favourto the of the left. passage the weight each cadence of the borne by a fore-leg and its gait, is diagonally THE PASSAGE. 39 opposed hind-leg, and from the spring given at each step he in the The air.
The passage horse straining great effect of this action is a into slow and trot forward movement, the The produced by putting is exertion spurs. moment and graceful. striking the for the is is demanded opposite spur is re- while by the applied as the horse raises each fore-leg in move- ment, and the hand meets and opposes the spur as the brought hind -leg of each is thus is, the spur and the rein into side That action. the of same side serve to produce the action, shorten the stride and the horse is right fore -leg, spur to restrain the about to lead speed.
Until the horse yields his horse may yields, carries hand the moment in his head, giving the the jaw and the that so animal understand that he has done that which was demanded, and that he is rewarded for obedience. at These results cannot be accomplished once, and in case of resistance the trainer should, after a few trials, his efforts and turn his attention to cease some other part of the education of the horse. But when dience, ness, the horse has refused obe- through ignorance or stubborn- while he must not be punished, he should not be led by any act of kindness to think that his refusal has with the approbation of his met rider.