THE IMPROVED ART OF RIDING Exemplified in the following Rules: To Mount a Horse with ease and dexterity, and to sit him with grace and dignity; To Manage the Bridle, whether snaffle or curb; the use of the whip and spur; service of the leg in the manage of a horse; To Cure a Horse of his Starting or Stumbling; to manage a restive or vicious horse; and the best Methods of Breaking a Colt; also the rules observed and taught in a ménage, or riding horse. The whole treated in a plain and perspicuous manner
London: J. Bailey, 116 Chancery lane. Sixpence, No date. [circa 1815.]. Hand-coloured folding engraved frontispiece of six sections, attributed to George Cruikshank. 28pp. Original printed wrappers. A very good copy. Cohn (495), lists only two copies, both with variant addresses by this publisher, but does not know the existence of a copy bearing this address. COPAC list only two copies.