A Nephew and Niece;
COMMON SENSE AND COMMON ERRORS IN
COLONEL GEORGE GREENWOOD,
Late Lieut.-Col. commanding 2nd Life Guards.
EDWARD MOXON & CO., DOVER STREET.
wish to turn to the right pull the right rein stronger
than the left. This is common sense. The common error is
precisely the reverse. The common error is, when you
wish to turn to the right to pass the hand to the right.
By this the right rein is slackened, and the left rein
is tightened, across the horse’s neck, and the horse is
required to turn to the right when the left rein is
pulled. It is to correct this common error, this
monstrous and perpetual source of bad riding and of bad
usage to good animals, that these pages are