. The encyclopædia of the stable: a complete manual of the horse, its breeds, anatomy, physiology, diseases, breeding, breaking, training and management, with articles on harness, farriery, carriages, etc. comprising a thousand hints to horse owners. Horses. B UCKE T—B UGGY Bucket.—An indispensable stable utensil which should be made of wood. Buck Eye.—A term now applied to a prominent eye which is usually believed to be associated with short sight. In days gone by the expression conveyed an exactly opposite meaning, being used when referring to a small-eyed animal. (See Eyes, Pig Eye) Buckjum

. The encyclopædia of the stable: a complete manual of the horse, its breeds, anatomy, physiology, diseases, breeding, breaking, training and management, with articles on harness, farriery, carriages, etc. comprising a thousand hints to horse owners. Horses. B UCKE T—B UGGY Bucket.—An indispensable stable utensil which should be made of wood. Buck Eye.—A term now applied to a prominent eye which is usually believed to be associated with short sight. In days gone by the expression conveyed an exactly opposite meaning, being used when referring to a small-eyed animal. (See Eyes, Pig Eye) Buckjum Stock Photo
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. The encyclopædia of the stable: a complete manual of the horse, its breeds, anatomy, physiology, diseases, breeding, breaking, training and management, with articles on harness, farriery, carriages, etc. comprising a thousand hints to horse owners. Horses. B UCKE T—B UGGY Bucket.—An indispensable stable utensil which should be made of wood. Buck Eye.—A term now applied to a prominent eye which is usually believed to be associated with short sight. In days gone by the expression conveyed an exactly opposite meaning, being used when referring to a small-eyed animal. (See Eyes, Pig Eye) Buckjumping, or bucking, as it is often called, is a not uncommon cause of disaster to careless or bad riders. It consists of a sudden upward spring on the part of the horse, which lifts all his legs off the ground at the same time and simultaneously arches his back and lowers his neck. Bucking is a far more common vice amongst horses raised on ranches than amongst those who have been handled whilst young, but bad breaking and unnecessarily severe bits account for many cases, whilst sometimes horses indulge in a playful buck simply because they are over-fresh. Buck Knees.—Knees which turn inwards towards each other. (See Ktiees.). A Buffer. Buffer. — An instru- ment used by shoeing smiths for removing the clinches out of the ends of nails when taking a shoe off (See Clinches, Shoeing.) Buggy. — This name is now applied to any form of Stanhope gig, but it is generally understood to denote the higher grade of Stanhope gig with leather hood, closed panels, and the orthodox buggy suspension, as illustration. The lighter and cheaper styles of buggy are called Stanhope gigs. 54. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Shaw, Vero Kemball. London : G. Routledge & Sons, Ltd. ; New York : E. P. Dutto

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