Everything for horse and rider, from some of the most important and influential texts of the 18th Century. This CD contains the following documents:
- The discipline of the Light-Horse. Robert Hinde. London, 1778.
- Military equitation: or, a method of breaking horses, and teaching soldiers to ride. Henry Earl of Pembroke. London, 1778.
- Rules and regulations for the sword exercise of the cavalry. War Office, London, 1796.
- Regulations for the Prussian cavalry. William Fawcett, trans. 1757.
- Manual Exercise and Evolutions of the Cavalry as practiced in the late American Army. Baron von Steuben. New York, 1798.
- Remarks on cavalry. Charles de Warnery. London, 1798.
- The gentleman's farriery: or, a practical treatise on the diseases of horses. J. Bartlet. London, 1777.
- The history and art of horsemanship. Richard Berenger. London, 1771.
- The farrier's vade mecum; or, gentleman's pocket companion. S. Freeman. London, 1772.
- The farrier's new guide. W. Gibson. London, 1754.
- Mr. Gibson's short practical method of cure for horses. London, 1755.
- A new treatise on the diseases of horses. William Gibson. Dublin, 1755.
- A philosophical and practical treatise on horses, and on the moral duties of man towards the brute creation. John Lawrence. London, 1796.
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