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on the flat and across country.
S3 Autlic to Practical Pjorsemansjtp. By Captain M. H. HAYES, F.R.C.V.S.
The Times.a"Captain Hayes' hints and instructions are useful aids, even to experienced riders, while for those less accustomed to the saddle, his instructions are simply invaluable."
The Standard.a" Captain Hayes is not only a master of his subject, but he knows how to aid others in gaining such a mastery as may be obtained by the study of a book. "
The Field.a"We are not in the least surprised that a third edition of this useful and eminently practical book should be called for. On former occasions we were able to speak of it in terms of commendation, and this edition is worthy of equal praise."
Baily's Magazine.a"An eminently practical teacher, whose theories are the outcome of experience, learned not in the study, but on the road, in the hunting field, and on the racecourse."
Sporting Times.a"We heartily commend it to our readers."
Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic Nezvs.a" The book is one that no man who has ever sat in a saddle can fail to read with interest. "
The Graphic.a" Is as practical as Captain Horace Hayes' ' Veterinary Notes ' and 'Guide to Horse Management in India.' Greater praise than this it is impossible to give."
W. THACKER e CO., 87 NEWGATE STREET, LONDON.