Jesse Beery's practical system of colt training . n. I know farmers who break their Colts with severe bits, and they cannot beused with easy bits, simply because their mouths have been trained and accustomedto severe bits. CHAPTER VIL BAD TO SHOE The habit of resisting to have the feet taken up and submitted to restraint forshoeing, is, like most other habits to which the Horse is subject, caused by ignorantbad treatment. By a little patience, it is seldom that the most sensitive Colts cannotbe made to submit the feet to be handled and pounded upon as desired. And oncedone, it can always be do
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