The Gentleman's new jockey: or, Farrier's approved guide: containing the exactest rules and methods for breeding and managing horses, in order to bring them up in the best manner for profit, pleasure, service or recreation; especially in what relates to racing or running, coursing, travel and war; with directions for heats, dieting, dressing, and the several paces requisite on any of the like occasions. Also approved receipts and remedies for all manner of diseases, sorrances, hurts, or grievances incident to horses, according to the opinions of the best farriers of all ages. With directions for preventing sicknesses and griefs, and the symptoms whereby they are known. : To which is added a second part; containing many rare and new secrets, relating as well to management as cure; and what else may contribute to the advantage of buying or selling; and many other things and matters, highly necessary to be known by all lovers of good horses. With a treatise for curing diseases in cattel added this impression, and divers other rare experiments. Illustrated with sundry curious and necessary cuts.
Printed by W. Onley, for Nicholas Boddington, at the sign of the Golden-ball, in Duck-lane,
|Edition:||The fourth edition, with large additions.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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