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riding for ladies.
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BY MRS. POWER O'DONOGHUE.
author of "ladies on horseback," "a beggar on horseback," etc.
With 91 Illustrations drawn expressly for the Work by A. Chantrey Corbould.
HIS able and beautiful volume will form a Standard on the Subject, and is one which no lady can dispense with. The scope of the work will be understood by the following :
I. Ought Children to Ride? II. " For Mothers e Children. ' ' in. First Hints to a Learner. iv. Selecting a Mount, v., vi. The Lady's Dress, vu. Bitting. viii. Saddling.
ix. How to Sit, Canter, and c.
x. Reins, Voice, and Whip.
xi. Riding on the Road.
xii. Paces, Vices, and Faults.
xiii. A Lesson in Leaping.
xiv. Managing Refusers.
xvi. Hunting Outfit Considered, xx. Shoeing. xxi. Feeding.
xxii. Stabling, xxm. Doctoring, xxiv. Breeding, xxv. "Tips."
xvn. Economy in Riding Dress, xvni. Hacks and Hunters. xix. In the Hunting Field.
" When there may arise differences of opinion as to some of the suggestions contained in this volume, the reader, especially if a woman, may feel assured she will not go far astray in accepting what is said by one of her own sex, who has the distinction of three times beating the Empress of Austria in the hunting field, from whom she ' took the brush. ' ' Riding for Ladies ' is certain to become a classic. "
aNew York Sportsman.
W THACKER CO., 87 NEWGATE STREET, LONDON.