LADY AND HER HORSE,
BEING HINTS SELECTED
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES
AND COMPILED INTO A SYSTEM
Major T. A. JENKINS.
AND PUBLISHED BY PHAROAH AND CO.
ATHENÆUM PRESS, MOUNT ROAD.
lady’s riding dress,
should be neat, and compact, at the same time she should
carefully avoid the slightest approach to a mannish
appearance; she may study the becoming, provided there
be nothing in her whole toilette likely to become
disarranged or loosened by wind, or violent exercise.
The hair should be so arranged that it cannot be blown
about the eyes, and the hat should be perfectly secured
on the head. So much for outward appearance, in other
respects comfort alone should be