under saddle

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  • The most common age for young horses to begin training under saddle is the age of three.
  • Today they are used for farm work and driving, as well as under-saddle work.
  • They are used mainly for under-saddle and light draft work.
  • Horses much used to go under saddle have well-developed quarters and strong stifle action. Cited from Crooked Trails, by Frederic Remington
  • Riders may be asked to complete obstacles either in-hand or under saddle.
  • They were used under saddle as the quickest means of travel in areas where there were no established roads.
  • The vast majority of horses across disciplines and throughout the world are first put under saddle at the age of three.
  • Danish horses also make great show jumpers, as well as under saddle.
  • About fifty of the former are under saddle and bridle, as if soon to be mounted. Cited from The Lone Ranche, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • It was used mainly for light draft work that required speed and under saddle, and its numbers have been decreasing in recent years.
  • As well as being driven, some Clydesdales are used for riding and can be shown under saddle.
  • It is versatile breed, used today for light draft and under-saddle work.
  • Most domesticated horses begin training under saddle or in harness between the ages of two and four.
  • It is used both as a harness horse and under saddle.
  • Despite the limited use of voice aids under saddle, spoken commands are very common when longeing.
  • The horse will also be exercised regularly, either in-hand or under saddle, to develop good muscle tone.
  • Smaller types can be used under saddle and for fast, light draft work, while larger types are ideal for heavy draft and agricultural work.
  • After a number of hours' riding, the horse under saddle nickered. Cited from A Texas Matchmaker, by Andy Adams
  • My boys were gambling among themselves, not a horse under saddle, and did not notice my approach until I dashed up. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • However, it also limits the action of the bosal, and thus is removed once the horse is comfortable under saddle.
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