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Introduction to Riding By Reasoning and Boz Saddlery
Article I - Lets Consider Riding Only For Speed
Article II - Similarity Between Race and Bareback Riding
Article III - From Polo to Stock Saddle
Article IV - The Principles for "getting with a horse best" during his maximum efforts are like those of the balanced, bareback rider who can stay easily with his arms folded
Article V - Something to think about............
Article VI - Bulk and Grip
Article VII - Riding the Stop
Article VIII - The Foreman '54 "Balanced Ride Saddle"
Article VIIII - "Why should the Stirrups be hung farther Forward"
Article X - "Effect of Stirrups On Both Horse and Rider"
Article XI - "Horse's Reaction to Rider Weight"
Article XII - "More about Balanced and out of Balance Stops - and their effect"
Article XIII - "Difficulties in Changing Riding Styles"
Article XIV - "Controls and Weight Cueing"
Article XV - "Effect of Rider Weight on Change of Leads"
Article XVI - There are differences in riding barebacks and saddle broncs
Article XVII - "Change-over from seat to feet"
Article XVIII - "The rider's legs and leg muscles play an important part in horse -contact and grip in balanced riding"
Article XVIIII - Balanced riding not only helps the horse -- it looks good, too!