The rule came into effect because two or more fingers between the reins allows a
rider to “ check rein , " or " plow rein , ” his horse by rotating his hand as he neck -
reins either to the right or left . The rule came up " no fingers permitted between ...
He then carries his left hand in front of his body , back of the hand to the front ,
and inserts the little finger between the left snaffle and left curb reins ( the snaffle
passing underneath little finger ) , the third ( ring ) , finger between the left curb
Western Horseman says of the work: Between the Reins tells the story of a horseman who has survived the introductory phases of an equestrian education, and is now venturing forward past the clich?'s of the clinic scene.
Author: Tom Moates
Category: Sports & Recreation
Between the ReinsA Continuing Journey into Honest HorsemanshipEquestrian journalist and author, Tom Moates, is back with more chronicles of his earnest attempts to improve his horsemanship skills with the tolerant guidance of renowned horsemanship clinician, Harry Whitney. This follow up to A Horse 's Thought contains fresh equine adventures and insights as Moates tirelessly pursues to understand Whitney 's uncanny ability to see things from the horse 's point of view. Western Horseman says of the work: Between the Reins tells the story of a horseman who has survived the introductory phases of an equestrian education, and is now venturing forward past the clich?'s of the clinic scene.... A skilled storyteller and gifted writer, Moates 's ongoing contributions to the equestrian literary canon make for inspiring reading. Whether riding at home in Virginia 's Blue Ridge Mountains, traveling to audit Whitney 's clinics in various states, or getting bucked off again while riding in a clinic himself--vital lessons unfold in these pages as Moates increasingly comes to a deeper understanding of horses and what goes on in that space Between the Reins.
In his erudite study of Russian geopolitics , John P. LeDonne states that "
geopoliticians consider a boundary a ' political isobar ' along which the
competing pressures of political rivals reach a temporary balance . " By this logic , between 1911 ...
Author: Xiaoyuan Liu
Publisher: Stanford University Press
The author's purpose in writing this book is to use the Mongolian question to illuminate much larger issues of twentieth-century Asian history: how war, revolution, and great-power rivalries induced or restrained the formation of nationhood and territoriality. He thus continues the argument he made in Frontier Passages that on its way to building a communist state, the CCP was confronted by a series of fundamental issues pertinent to China's transition to nation-statehood. The book's focus is on the Mongolian question, which ran through Chinese politics in the first half of the twentieth century. Between the Revolution of 1911 and the Communists' triumph in 1949, the course of the Mongolian question best illustrates the genesis, clashes, and convergence of Chinese and Mongolian national identities and geopolitical visions.
tween your little finger and ring finger and on up and through , between the rein
from the right and your index finger . You would then clasp both reins by use of
your thumb at the place where they would pass over your index finger . You
The reins may be conveniently held in one hand by drawing them to their full
length with the right hand and inserting the third , fourth and little fingers between the reins , the middle of the body , and about five inches from it , just above the ...
The hand must be around the reins ( right ) . When using split reins , and both
ends of the reins fall to one side , the rider may place one finger between the reins . four reins , the snaffle rein should run under your little finger and through
your fist ...
Author: Bruce Mills
Publisher: Howell Books
Category: Technology & Engineering
Practical advice on horse care discusses feeding, housing, health care, tack, breeding, evaluating conformation and temperament, and showing a horse
The rules state that the rider using closed reins must have his hand around them
with no fingers in between . However , he can hold the romal in his other hand
provided there are at least sixteen inches between his hands . This is necessary
Somewhat through trial and error, and based on an understanding of their
cultures, institutions learned that on occasion, they had to find the balance between junior and seasoned faculty, between faculty from different disciplines,
and between ...
Author: Peter D. Eckel
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Peter Eckel and Adrianna Kezar have written this book to offer insight to campus leaders who face transformational change--to help them mount a proactive, rather than a reactive, process to effect transformation. They believe that most institutional leaders have little to no experience with implementing large-scale change and lack a solid literature base upon which to rely. Although some scholarship exists on the content of change or change outcomes and conditions, very little information is available concerning the process through which leaders must go to bring about change--and particularly transformational change. Based upon empirical data, this book offers practical, specific advice for leaders faced with attempting to implement deep and pervasive change.
The left curb rein between the fourth and little fingers . The right curb rein between the ... The right snaffle ( or bridoon ) rein between the second and third
fingers . All four reins emerge between the thumb and forefinger . ( 2 ) All four reins in the ...
Author: Florida State University. Department of Physical Education for WomenPublish On: 1955
The proper seat for each gait , the proper rein , and the leg and weight
techniques are of as great importance for the comfort and ... The bight will fall to
the front and between the reins to the right side of the horse ; the fingers are
vertical and the ...
Author: Florida State University. Department of Physical Education for Women
SINGLE REINS From the bit , the rein passes between your little and third fingers
, across your palm , to be held between your thumb and first finger . Keep your
hands level , about 10cm ( 4in ) apart , just above the withers . DOUBLE REINS ...
Author: Mary Gordon-Watson
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
Category: Sports & Recreation
Provides advice on equipment and preparations for English-style riding, describes a specific program of training spread over two days, and suggests follow-up activities
I think the reason for this is that the link makes a smooth joint between the rein
and the bit , so that , when the bit rises , it remains straight and the chain does not
come against the jaw - bone . With the ordinary pelham the chain is inclined to ...
In the Reins Equestrian Romance Series Part 1 Carly Kade. “So, what's going on
here?” she asked, her curved, index finger traveling back and forth between
McKennon and me. Certain blush rising to my cheeks, I left McKennon to answer.
Author: Carly Kade
Publisher: Carly Kade Creative
Category: Sports & Recreation
McKennon Kelly. McKennon Kelly. McKennon Kelly. Cowboy McKennon Kelly was the last thing Devon Brooke wanted to focus on after finding herself suddenly single. Looking for a fresh start to life, city girl and journalist Devon just wanted to go back to her country roots and focus on building a relationship with her newly acquired equine partner Faith. Devon finds companionship in handsome bull riding ranch hand JD and delicate Green Briar horse farm owner Sophia, both who advise Devon to keep her distance from McKennon and "mind her p's and q's" around the quiet and eerily peaceful stables. Devon thinks it shouldn't be too difficult to avoid the Adonis cowboy, but after noticing his skills and expert ways with training horses, she figures it couldn't hurt to get to know him a little bit ... right? Devon follows the guarded cowboy to a horse show, where she is unprepared to learn she may not be the cowgirl she thought she was. After a near-tragic incident, Devon begins to realize that the more time she spends with McKennon, the less she really knows about him (or horses, for that matter), and his mystery just keeps getting bigger. Who is he really, what is it that everyone doesn't want her to know, and why is this tight-shirted, spur-jingling, weather-eyed cowboy all she can think about now?
between. the. Protocol. and. the. Safeguards. Agreements. (Article. 1. of. INFCIRC
/540). TheModel Protocol, by its veryname,isintended to be “additional to the
Agreement(s) between State(s)and theAgency for the applicationof safeguards”.
Author: Erwin Häckel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Political Science
Nuclear technology in all countries of the world is subject to controls from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to prevent its misuse for military purposes. Recently these controls (or "safeguards") have come under criticism for lack of effectiveness, and the IAEA has now elaborated a strengthened safeguards system reaching deep into the domains of national sovereignty. Problems and prospects of the new system are discussed in this book by a team of German and international scholars, practitioners and officials.
The top rein , or snaffle , is attached to the snaffle bit by a ring on either side of the
horse's mouth . The crossbar of ... The bight ( the middle part of the rein ) of the reins is brought over and forward between forefinger and thumb . The reins can ...
EXECUTION OF GAITS Good riding form for western horsemanship : Sit deep ,
tall , and erect , looking ahead between horse's ears . Hold reins in one hand ,
keep the other on thigh . Take correct lead with the fore leg toward the center of
Next see that the other two reins on the right side of her neck are ditto ; straight ,
smooth side out , rough side against neck . Now , with the back of the left hand
upward , insert the little finger of the left hand downward between the two left -
Thumbs rest on top of the reins . There should be a direct line from the rider's
elbows to the horse's bit . With double reins , the snaffle ( top ) rein enters each
hand underneath the little finger and the curb ( lower ) rein enters between the
The slack or loose ends of the reins should then hang down the horse's off , or
right , shoulder between the hands . There is an alternative method for holding
the reins which is as follows : One can take all four reins in the left hand , as ...