If the horse be in high form, and have had his sweats and training gallops up to the eve of his engagement, he may be made more free with. ... Here, however, the prudence and discretion, and not the pride, of our jockey should guide. ... It remains to add, that we have endeavoured to depict the exertions of the racers, the efforts and seats of the jockeys, with ... which is to say, if two horses come to the ending post, head and head, and the judges cannot agree in deciding which is first, anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Encyclopædia of Rural Sports; or, a Complete account, historical, practical, and descriptive, of hunting, shooting, fishing, racing, and other field sports and athletic amusements of the present day ... Illustrated, ... by R. Branston, etc|
|Author||:||Delabere Pritchett BLAINE|