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Chicago Equestrian Association : Organized 1908

By: Chicago Equestrian Association

...n World Public Library.org ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED 1908 Title: CHICAGO EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED 1908 Author: Language: English Subject... ...Century Building Southwest Corner State and Adams Phone Wabash 6849 CHICAGO EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION Organized 1908 Book Issued 1921 1908 Officers and... ...ent and Secretary are members, ex-oflicio, of all committees. The Chicago Equestrian Association Its History and Aims FEW organizations can point t... ...sting a rec- ord of work accomplished for the public good as may the Chicago Equestrian Association. When the horseback rider of today is enjoying the... ...oimd Chicago little does he realize how great a debt he owes to this pioneer equestrian association for its share in making riding an unadulterated pl... ...ods, from riding and driving through them, from rowing and canoeing and from sports and games that require large areas. "The increasing number of holi... ...e by one of the famous stables or by an unknown exhibitor. The rules of true sportsmanship are paramount, a spirit which is fostered in the Chicago Eq... ... hunted with him in his eightieth year. In his young days he was a wonderful sportsman. For some years he lived in Kelso, Scotland, a beautiful town i... ...e personal side. It is a great satisfaction to know that we still have "game sports" among us. Apparently everybody who started was "game." One man ar...

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Major Pelvic Injuries in Equestrian Sports

By: O'Farrell; D A; Irshad; F; Thorns; B S; McElwain; J P;

Major Pelvic Injuries in Equestrian Sports by O'Farrell; D A; Irshad; F; Thorns; B S; McElwain; J P; published by on 2008-04-11

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List of equestrian sports

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... 8 Harness 9 Team sports-Arena 10 Defined Area ... ... Paralympic disciplines Para-equestrianism: Dressage only at the Paralympics; dressage and combined driv... ...er Scurry Driving Team sports-Arena Horseball (see FEI above) ... ... Equestrian activities ... ... Main articles: Equestrianism ... ...ng Para-equestrian ... ... Team sports ... ...oy polo Equestrian drill team ... ... Driving sports ...

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An Address Delivered at the Music Hall, Boston, In Aid of the Fund for Ball's Equestrian Statue of Washington : Vol. 1

By: Winthrop, Robert Charles, 1809-1894

...N ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE MUSIC HALL, BOSTON, IN AID OF THE FUND FOR BALL'S EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF WASHINGTON, EVENING OF 13 MAY, 1859, / BY ROBERT C. ... ... to procure funds for casting in bronze the design of Mr. Thomas Ball for an Equestrian Statue of Washington : — Ladies and Gentlemen : — I have been ... ...ve been requested by the committee who have in charge the erection of Ball's equestrian statue of Washington in the city of Boston, to introduce the s... ...robb'd the neighb'ring fields of half their growth: His seat, where solitary sports are seen, Indignant spurns the cottage from the green ; Around the... ...han that it is for the advancement of their patriotic purpose of securing an equestrian statue of Washington, designed and moulded by a native artist,... ...elation to Historical Monuments," in aid of the erection in Boston of Ball's Equestrian Statue of Washington, and that they return to him their sincer...

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Major pelvic injuries in equestrian sports

By: O'Farrell; D A; Irshad; F; Thorns; B S; McElwain; J P;

Major pelvic injuries in equestrian sports by O'Farrell; D A; Irshad; F; Thorns; B S; McElwain; J P; published by on 2008-04-11

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International Federation for Equestrian Sports

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...The International Federation for Equestrian Sports (; FEI) is the international governing body of equestrian... ...The International Federation for Equestrian Sports (; FEI) is the international governing body of equestrian sports. ... ...ognizes seven disciplines under global governance in both regular and para-equestrianism competition: dressagecombined drivingenduranceeventingreining... ... Jumping, Dressage and Eventing have part of the Olympics since 1912. Para-Equestrian Dressage has been part of the Paralympic games since 1996. FEI ... ...rian Dressage has been part of the Paralympic games since 1996. FEI World Equestrian Games The FEI has organized the FEI World Equestrian Games every... ...World Equestrian Games every four years since 1990. The idea of the World Equestrian Games (WEG) came into being in the mid-1980s and was strongly su...

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An Address Delivered at the Music Hall, Boston, In Aid of the Fund for Ball's Equestrian Statue of Washington : Vol. 2

By: Winthrop, Robert Charles, 1809-1894

... to procure funds for casting in bronze the design of Mr. Thomas Ball for an Equestrian' Statue of Washington : — Ladies and Gentlemen : — I have been... ...e been requested by the committee vvho have in charge the erection of Ball's equestrian statue of AVashington in the city of Boston, to introduce the ... ...robb'd the neighb'ring fields of half their growth; His seat, where solitary sports are seen, Indignant spurns the cottage from the green ; Around the... ...han that it is for the advancement of their patriotic purpose of securing an equestrian statue of Washington, designed and moulded by a native artist,... ...elation to Historical Monuments," in aid of the erection in Boston of Ball's Equestrian Statue of Washington, and that they return to him their sincer...

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British Sports and Pastimes. 1868

By: Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882, Editor

... by ANTHONY TROLLOPE JOHNA.SEAVERNS BRITISH SPORTS AND PASTIMES. 1868. BRITISH SPORTS AND PASTIMES, 1868, EDITED BY ... ... thus offering to the public the following essays on the British out-of-door Sports and Pastimes of the present day, reprinted from the pages of the S... ... narrow limits of such work would allow them, the present condition of those sportswhich are essentially dear to the English nature, and which are at ... ...fest effect on the lives and characters of Englishmen. There have been other sports which were formerly essentially English ; but they have either pas... ...e-fighting is probably the one which will most readily occur to the minds of sports- men. Prize-fighting, which certainlywould have been included in a... ... of the horse. In emulation of her father. Queen Elizabeth was much given to equestrian display, and her reign introduces us to the first English vete... ...such once famous, but 64 BRITISH SPORTS AND PASTIMES. now almost forgotten, equestrians as Miss Pond, Mr. Jennison Shafto, Mr. Woodcock, and Mr. Osba...

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Equestrian Australia

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... Sport Equestrian Jurisdiction ... ... Official website .au.org.equestrianwww ... ... Equestrian Australia (EA) is the national governing body for equestrian spo... ... Equestrian Australia (EA) is the national governing body for equestrian sports in Australia. These sports include the FEI-recognized disciplines of... ...nclude the FEI-recognized disciplines of dressage, eventing, show jumping, equestrian vaulting, endurance riding, reining, para-equestrian, and combin... ... History The body was founded in 1951 as the Equestrian Federation of Australia and was formally affiliated with the Int... ...d was formally affiliated with the International Federation for Equestrian Sports in May of that year. On 14 November 2008, the Equestrian Federation ... ... National members of the International Federation for Equestrian Sports ... ... Sports governing bodies in Australia (AUS) ...

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Sports and Pastimes

By: Tappan, Eva March, 1854-1930

...White Mountains, N.H. From a photograph by Charles S. Olcott K^J ^viO 1W8 SPORTS& PASTIMES Selected& Arranged by v>sEy March Tappan Houghton Miffli... ...he Olympic Games at Athens," by James E. Sullivan; published by the American Sports Com- pany. "St. Nicholas" ("How I began to play Golf," by Francis ... ...obart Carter; pub- lished by Henry Holt & Company. CONTENTS TO THE CHILDREN SPORTS AND PASTIMES THE INITIATION OF A BOY SCOUT . . Thornton W. Burgess... ...t Shakespeare meant when he said, "The labor we de- light in physics pain." SPORTS AND PASTIMES THE INITIATION OF A BOY SCOUT By Thornton W. Burge... ...e into existence, but Dr. Merriam had been quick to perceive the value of 3 SPORTS AND PASTIMES the new movement, the principles of which are, in fac... ...d continuously half way around the ring and then balked and stood frozen, an equestrian statue, till the judges reluctantly had to "give him the gate.... ...ertain winning ways of the habi- tant beasts add an element of excitement to equestrian- ism up there; they have a liking for rolling; if one uses a s...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 37

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by MICHEL R. SHAW-STEWART BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF ', SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE THIRTY-SEVENTH. LONDON : A. H. BAILY & CO... ...y L. Maynard „ 125 ! Earl Cadogan . . . . „ J73 BAILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 253. MARCH, 1881. Vol. XXXVII. Embellished with ... ..., Bromley, West Kent and Thirsk Races. I m. V- BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SIR MICHAEL R. SHAW-STEWART, BART. Of the many branc... ...er for walks now than they did at one time, as the farmers, who are all keen sportsmen, are beginning to find out more how puppies should be treated, ... ...he town, and which are all more or less favoured by the assemblage of rising sportsmen, which year by year enter the old university. In these days of ... ...mountebank "business" on a village-green. Ford was himself one of the ablest equestrians I have ever seen in the course of my travels, and he had a fe... ..., as a rule, do no ill to any one.' * Just so i but I suppose that the large equestrian establishments of to-day never resort to such practices 3 they... ... the horses, and how they are trained. You say there is no special breed for equestrian purposes ? ' * No, not that I know of. A circus stud has been ...

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Equestrian vaulting

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...mpetitively or non-competitively. Vaulting has a well-known history as an equestrian act at circuses, but its origins stretch back at least two-tho... ...t two-thousand years. It is open to both men and women, and is one of ten equestrian disciplines recognized by the International Federation for Eque... ...ian disciplines recognized by the International Federation for Equestrian Sports (Fédération Équestre Internationale or FEI ), along with dressage... ...ng developed in post-war Germany as an initiative to introduce children to equestrian sports. In 1983, vaulting became one of the disciplines recogni... ...d in post-war Germany as an initiative to introduce children to equestrian sports. In 1983, vaulting became one of the disciplines recognized by the ... ...s held in Bulle, Switzerland in 1986. Vaulting was included in the World Equestrian Games in Stockholm in 1990 and in all subsequent editions o... ...titions are the biannual World and Continental Championships and the World Equestrian Games (WEG) held every four years. In many countries, vaulting a... ...se or dismounts. Dress Code The International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI) regulates dress codes for competitive vaulting. Every 2-3 year...

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Recollections of an Equestrian Manager

By: Montague, Charles W

...cessions aTON i One volu- me) be k- juvenile be re RECOLLECTIONS OF AN EQUESTRIAN MANAGER (J-1* Y CHARLES W. MONTAGUE lRLES W .) W. & R. CHAMBERS ... ...GENERAL 95 TRAITS IN THE CHARACTER OF THE HORSE 100 / RECOLLECTIONS OF AN EQUESTRIAN MANAGER. BY CHARLES W. MONTAGUE. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY. HERE h... ...re not too plentiful, must be some excuse for shortcomings. The aim of the equestrian performer is to amuse and to interest, and that is all : while t... ...dread outpourings of the tragic muse. To no such heights as these does the equestrian aspire. If 6 RECOLLECTIONS OFAN EQUESTRIAN MANAGER. he amuses, ... ...ntered the large court-yard of the inn, with its dark RECOLLECTIONS OF AN EQUESTRIAN MANAGER 7 wooden gallery, leading to the many rooms of the strag... ... our departure came. 62 RECOLLECTIONS OF AN EQUESTRIAN MANAGER. The day's sports passed off brilliantly — triumphantly, with- out a breakdown of any ... ...d to the unbounded pleasure he had expe- rienced in witnessing our outdoor sports ; and we afterwards received an autograph letter from Lady Lindsay, ...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 14

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by HENRY DES VŒUX BAILY'S MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE FOURTEENTH. LONDON A. H. BAILY & CO., COR... ...63 Mr. J. H. C. Wyndham . .319 ^i^ ® A^^^^W^ r BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SIR HENRY DES VCEUX, BART. To all the frequenters of... ...e to earn for himself the respect of all who are interested in British field-sports. Sir Henry Des Vceux, of Indiville, in the Queen's County of Irela... ...e corner of the world we try to keep up in some shape or other the taste for sports instilled into us by our fathers in the old country. May it be lon... ...ap or it may be dear, but that seems to make no material differ- ence in the equestrian tendencies of our population. Aimwell, the gun-maker, is only ... ...ll circumstances develops itself on the sands of Trouville, the taste of the equestrian order of Englishmen is no less to be distinguished in Scarboro... ...for the shafts of ridicule. But with all this the prevalent fashion is still equestrian. The gentleman delights to look like the horsedealer, and the ... ... a halt to some half a score of carts, carriages, and flies, and about forty equestrians on either side of it. There can be little doubt that this gen... ...xtraordinary walker ; and spent a large fortune in betting on pedestrian and equestrian feats. An instance has been given in a late article of this ma...

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Equestrian helmet

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 5

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by RICHARD BULKELEY BAILY'S MAGAZINE SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE FIFTH. LONDON : A. H. BAILY k CO., CORNHI... ...lliams Wynn, Bart., 325. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and Englibh Sports and Pastimes, 330, The Tale of the Old Customer, 336. ' Gentlemen ... ...in Williams Wynn, Bart. . . . ' . 2!7 271 325 BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE or SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SIR RICHARD BULKELEY. Considering how much, within t... ...sidering how much, within the last two months, the name of the above popular Sportsman, whom we had hoped to have recorded as the winner of The Derby,... ...r-in-law of Lord Zetland, and Mr. Harland, of Sutton Hall, near York. Born a Sportsman, Sir Richard Bulkeley, after having finished his career at Oxfo... ...te, continues to be the head-dress of the most correct portion of our female equestrians. By eleven o'clock the hounds, and servants with their master... ... have heard him tell so often, is, for the first time, printed. Lithographic equestrian sketches ofMr, Musters, Dick Gurney, and the 'Old Days ofThe H...

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Equestrian drill team

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...team Equestrian drill team An equestrian dr... ..., and drill team competitions. Drill teams are intended to entertain, show sportsmanship, horsemanship, team work and dedication. Competition drill at... ...Gaited, Theme, Rodeo, Quad, or Open. The United States Equestrian Drill Association (USEDA) is the governing body for mounted dril... ...EDA sanctions competitions throughout the United States. The United States Equestrian Drill Championship (USEDC) is held each June at the Texas Rose H... ...ar Lindale, Texas as part of Super Ride - an International Festival of the Equestrian Arts. External links ... ... External links United States Equestrian Drill Association ... ... Team sports ... ... Driving sports ... ... Working stock sports ...

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Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals

By: Gardiner, Edward Norman, 1864-1930

...N GARDINER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SPORTS AND FESTIVALS Title: GREEK ATHLETIC SPORTS AND FESTIVALS Author... ...stival and to treat Greek athletics historically. vii viii GREEK ATHLETIC SPORTS AND FESTIVALS In the first part of this work I have endeavoured to w... ...alteres .... 15. Throwing the Diskos ..... 251 270 295 313 GREEK ATHLETIC SPORTS AND FESTIVALS IC. TiiKOWiXG TiiK Javeiin 17. The Pentathlon . 1?. Wk... ...os. Rome, Vatican. {Greek Sculpture, Fig. 98) . 123 XV xvi GREEK ATHLETIC SPORTS AND FESTIVALS no. PAGE •20. Statue of Agias by Lysipp>is. Delphi. {G... ...Megara. But no competitions were so numerous or so popular as athletic and equestrian competitions. The Greek was always competing or watching competi... ...ed. a solo on the flute and a song accompanied by the flute ; athletic and equestrian competitions also were introduced on the model of those at Olymp... ...ae. As at Olympia, the contests were until later times purely athletic and equestrian. The striking resemblances to Olympia are clearly due to Dorian ... ...mprovements were made in the hippodrome. Hitherto the arrangements for the equestrian events must have been as simple as for the athletics. But now a ... ...s sons to ride, to throw javelins standing on horseback, and perform other equestrian feats. ^ At the Panathenaea, besides a variety of races for char...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 24

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

...PORTS A —v/ BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE TWENTY-FOURTH. LONDON: A. H. BAILY & CO.,... ..., Bait „ 125 | The Marquess of Worcester „ 373 B AILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 162. AUGUST, 1873. Vol. XXIV. Embellished with a... ...& Co., CORNHILL. 1873. DIARY FOR AUGUST, 1873. M. BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE SPORTS AND PASTIMES. THE MARQUIS OF WATERFORD. Statesmen, soldiers, and d... ...erhaps, to mention one who had not more or less the tastes and feelings of a sportsman. The present head of the family is certainly no exception to th... ...ied these vast tracts of waste land must remain, wc fear, as desolate to the sportsman's eye as they are profitless to the owner's pocket. The red-leg... ...ives, who have never been elsewhere. In 1871 Mr. Garth was presented with an equestrian portrait of himself and his huntsman, Sweetman, painted by Adr... ...February, Kimbolton Castle, and a brilliant meet it was, including many fair equestrians, several Masters of hounds, and a splendid cortege from the C...

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Equestrian at the Summer Olympics

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... Equestrian at the 1900 Summer Olympics ... ... Equestrian at the 1912 Summer Olympics ... ... Equestrian at the 1920 Summer Olympics ... ... Equestrian at the 1924 Summer Olympics ... ... Equestrian at the 1928 Summer Olympics ... ... Equestrian at multi-sport events Sports at the Summer Olympics Mixed sports at the Oly... ... Equestrian at multi-sport events Sports at the Summer Olympics Mixed sports at the Oly...

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Merrie England: Its Sports and Pastimes

By: Lennox, William Pitt, Lord, 1799-1881

...IAM LENNOX Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SPORTS AND PASTIMES Title: MERRIE ENGLAND: ITS SPORTS AND PASTIMES Aut... ...aICVLTClI If • .... D 0. Lla"J.L ItlPPOIlTU 01' TSOIII NA.TIOlfAL FIBLD SPORTS. «~il mark .. wna al .Oft ekClOlI'1 "" •• "'0:11' 01' .11 aOT,I.!... ...D THE UNITED 8TA!rES' PRIGATE "ST. LAWRENCE," IN COWE8 ROADS 206 ENGLISH SPORTS: FISBING 212 BUNTING. 232 ARCHERY 242 . VI CONTENTS. ENGLISH ... ...f which, his Royal Highness has already proved himself a lover of British sports; not only as a first­ rate shot, an enthusiastic deer stalker, a mas... ..., and hunting. His son, Henry Prince of Wales, was" devotedly attached to equestrian exercises. The reign of the first Charles was toa much distrac... ...with the royal pack at his heels; the galloping, shouting, h~ooing of the equestrians and pedestrians was a trial of temper that few men could have ... ...ff. Soon after ten o'clock the road absolutely swarmed with pedestrians, equestrians, and charioteers; and not the least amusing feature of the sce... ...h he was taken alive, and reserved for another year's sport. Many of the equestrians followed the sport till their horses failed them; and there wa... ...t went, few could be found in any period to have com­ peted with this fair equestrian. The match took place on the last day of York Races, August 25...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 31

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... OF SPORTS AND BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES VOLUME THE THIRTY-FIRST. LONDON: A. H. BAILY & CO., C... ... Edward Chaplin ,, 311 Mr. Albert Brassey, 373 B AILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 211. SEPTEMBER, 1877. Vol. XXXL Embellished with... ...CORNHILL i877- DIARY FOR SEPTEMBER, 1877. M. BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTIMES. THE COUNT MUNSTER. re those 'leaders of society' who... ... sincerest flattery we ought to be a proud people indeed. Count Munster is a sportsman in his own country, and his love ofcoaching we need scarcely dw... ...resell a Doncaster, and we believe that there still remains a leaven of good sportsmen who would give their ears to win a Derby, even though the succe... ...quiet day, I never was more pleased in my life. The enthusiasm of the female equestrians, some of whom wore Napoleon boots, and knickerbockers I suppo... ...al appearance of Mr. Chas. Flengler's name in connection with this temple of equestrian entertainment at Christmas time. Here we find, as in the days ...

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Equestrian at the Asian Games

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The Boys' Book of Sports, And Outdoor Life

By: Thompson, Maurice, 1844-1901

... aye how to carefully and successfully use the shot-gun. Old and intelliyent sportsmen will, of course,. see little that is new in the -manual ; but t... ...of birds. It is believed that there is not anything in the '" Boy.s' Book of Sports ^^ tending /// the slightest to favor a .<ipirit of idleness or of... ... -^ * "-^ TABLE or COXTEXTS. Introductory: The Benefits and Abuse of Outdoor Sports. . . . xii Marvin and His Boy Hunters Mnarhc Thompson . . 1 Chapte... ...y and patient, humble persistence in the pursuit of a worthy am- bition. But sports of an active, outdoor sort are so heartily craved and so keenly en... ...dency toward excess would be engendered. The appetite in l)oys for stii-ring sports is a natural and proper one, and there is no surer sign of physica... ... \lALKI\(i AM> liiDiya. 2h: distance on liorscback. If one determines on an equestrian exeui-sion, let liiin know his liorse well ; and let the anima... ...med, and the saddle must be so snugly adjusted as not to chafe his back. The equestrian, though he .should not go far from districts where fodder is a...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 29

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... 1^. ILO^ID) OIT, ^„lHI.]B)^]IXnr^C^ ni 'rai iSi/ /?J>' BAILY'S MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE TWENTY-NINTH. LONDON: A. H. DAILY & CO., ... ... of Zetland . . . ,, 311 Lord Dorchester, 373. B AILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 197. JULY, 1876. Vol. XXIX. Embellished with a P... ...u W Th F S OCCURRENCES. 10 foci'<M^-^/i£>«^^ - BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTLMES. AIR. ALEXANDER BALTAZZI. When the ringing cheers whi... ...r. Baltazzi's quiet manners, combined with his evident keen taste- for those sports so much identified with our country, soon gained him recognition a... ...ith our country, soon gained him recognition and rccepiion among our leading sportsmen. Air. Baltazzi must be considered, his four or live years on th... ... she won all hearts here as much by her kindly condescension as by that bold equestrianism which has told as signally in her favour amongst the Englis... ...s master, he leapt from his saddle on to the ground, so that such aid to his equestrian feats could not have been possible. We strongly recommend our ... ...others interested in the experiment looked on curiously, and a whole host of equestrians were ranged behind the platoon of 'dolls' intent on watchins:... ...d, and Pensacola shows that 'getting of at score ' is a speciality with her. Equestrians, all save one, who stands rapt and motionless, like the headl...

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Equestrian at the Mediterranean Games

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A New book of sports; reprinted from the Saturday Review

...er ... ... ... ... i:^7 Kapier and Dagger ... ... ... ... ... 14G Athletic Sports ... ... ... ... ... 1.55 Coaching ... ... ... ... ... ... I(j5 CONT... ...4 242 251 259 280 289 300 308 :U5 322 330 338 34(> 35tJ 3G4 A NEW BOOK OF SPORTS. FOX-HUNTING ON DARTMOOR. HUXTIXG the wild red-cleer on Exmoor has b... ...Ids salmon ; but, as everybody knows, a spirit of fair play prevails among sportsmen, and as in the case of the fox, the only legitimate \vay of killi... ...e otter what he calls a quarter of an hour's law. It is wonderful how fond sportsmen are of law ; perhaps there is an affinity between prose- cuting a... ...ter the manner of otters, and he has to be fresh found. The master, a good sportsman, and knowing in woodcraft, is in no hurry. There is too much scen... ...man nature would derive some interest from a study of the various types of equestrian character to be found here, and in speculating as to who they ar... ...en some little variety is imparted to the proceedings. There are few whose equestrian ambition does nc't lead them to aspire to something more than be... ...d a more than usually handy lot of horses, he will perhaps get up a little equestrian entertainment to the accompaniment of music, where his pupils ca...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 12

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

...ZINE OF SPORTS BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE TWELFTH. LONDON A. H. BAILY & CO., CORNHI... ... The Earl of Macclesfield Page 217 271 325 ^%£^^r BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE SPORTS AND PASTIMES. THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. Conspicuous among the young N... ...sidence of Prince Napoleon, is one of the prettiest places in France, and no sportsman or other lover of forest scenery should omit to see it. Situate... ...Grand Seigneur' the Lord of Badminton, who not only wou the race like a good sportsman, but also his money; who made the best speech (in French) after... ...anuel or a Roskell. Apropos of cups, the Imperial donation given by the good sportsman who rules over France for a Great International Pigeon Handicap... ...on his riding powers after the Clinker and Clasher match, and other feats of equestrian hardihood. It is as a Master of Hounds—in every department of ... ...on which it prided itself so justly, are swept away never to return. Of lady equestrians we are bound to admit there is an increase, but the contrast ... ...hould be the recipient of it ; and, as it assumed the shape of her husband's equestrian portrait, with his favourite hounds, it could not have been mo... ...Captain White, Assheton Smith, and similar examples for the retention of his equestrian powers. So fine a horseman as Charles Davis is usually proud o...

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Equestrian sport in India

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... Governing body Equestrian Federation of India ... ... India has a wide following in various equestrian sports like showjumping, eventing, dressage, endurance and tentp... ... India has a wide following in various equestrian sports like showjumping, eventing, dressage, endurance and tentpegging. Sup... ...owjumping, eventing, dressage, endurance and tentpegging. Supported by the Equestrian Federation of India, eventing is the most popular of the five, w... ...iaz Anees. External links Equestrian Federation of India ... ... Summer sports ... ... Olympic sports ... ... Equestrian ... ... Winter sports ...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 30

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by VISCOUNT FOLKESTONE BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE THIRTIETH. LONDON: A. H. BAILY & CO., COR... ...aphy, 187. Man or Monkey? 188. The Great Walking Match, 189. Abuse of Public Sports, 191. From Belvoir to Brixworth, 194, Fish Murder, 215, 388. iv C... ...f Redesdale . . „ 311 Mr. Leonard Morrogh, 373. BAILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 204. FEBRUARY, 1877. Vol. XXX. Embellished with ... ...Park Club Races. Birmingham Shorthorn Show. "V iu BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZJNF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VISCOUNT FOLKESTONE, M.P. Of French extraction, the ... ...alism somewhat in advance of his time), lawyers, country gentlemen, and good sportsmen, and the subject of our present sketch has fairly inherited the... ...caused no end of amusement, but not exactly in the way it was intended. More equestrians—one who must be worth a little fortune to his horse-dealer, w... ...n—one of those men who ride by instinct, and any- thing good in the shape of equestrianism was sure to take his attention. How he admired her as she w...

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Equestrian at the 1994 Asian Games

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 35

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by G. F. LUTTERELL BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE THIRTY-FIFTH. LONDON: I. H. BAILY & CO., ... ...son, Bart ,, 373 Lord Charles Beresford , „ 187 BAILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. No. 239. JANUARY, 1880. Vol. XXXV. Embellished with ... ..., CORNHILL. 1880. ^. .^^a^t^Aa^tii^./iA^i? r BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. MR. G. F. LUTTRELL. One terraced sward, with a grand... ... men from the shires would look down, with the zeal and enthusiasm of a true sportsman. It is a country where men, horses, and hounds have to work har... ...abeth's Lodge to High Beech Green will have a noble appearance, even if some sportsmen object that it has been made through the best ground for woodco... ...ged to cither university, and there was plenty of room for all to sec or for equestrians to ride along the banks. The Public School matches at Lord's—...

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Equestrian at the 2002 Asian Games

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 10

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... by W. G. CRAVEN L^ BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUME THE TENTH. LONDON: A. H, BAILY & CO., CORNHIL... ...ck Johnstone, Bart. . 323 ^" ,' :s ^.y^iyy i'y BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. MR. W. G. CRAVEN. There Is something In the very nam... ... Is something In the very name of Craven that brings v^^ith It the Idea of a Sportsman. And whether from so many of our Race and Coursing Meetings com... ...Stakes, or from records of the doings of the family in connection with Field Sports, It is Impossible to sever the idea of the owner of that name poss... ...d to have played all the roles in his repertoire as a Man of the World and a Sportsman, and to have acquitted himself to the entire satisfaction of th... ...eeding a goat with a bun, is a nice relief in so stirring a scene. Among the equestrians the Duke of Beaufort has, of course, a good place, but we ima...

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Equestrian at the Pan American Games

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... Equestrian at the 2015 Pan American Games ... ... Pan American Games equestrians ... ... Pages in category "Equestrian at the Pan American Games" The following 5 pages are in this c... ...ut of 5 total. E Equestrian at the 1963 Pan American Games Equestrian at the 199... ...ames E cont. Equestrian at the 2007 Pan American Games Equestrian at the 201... ... Categories Sports at the Pan American Games Equestrian at multi-... ... Equestrian at multi-sport events Equestrian sports in North America Equestrian sports in South Am... ... Categories Sports at the Pan American Games Equestrian at multi-... ... Equestrian at multi-sport events Equestrian sports in North America Equestrian sports in South Am...

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 27

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

... l^aSr fm /W^^^/ ' V K /A v.. y©L r^^ 3 7 BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VOLUAIE THE TV/ENTY-SEVENTH. LONDON: A. H. BAILY & C... ...wcomen ,, 311. Mr. R. Harcourt Cappdg page 373. BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OP SPORTS AND PASTIMES. VISCOUNT CASTLEREAGH. The eldest son of the fifch Ma... ... as I did, ' that more natural quick- * ness—a better hand and eye for field sports — you never saw in any * man,' Such was E. H. Budd, for twenty yea... ...s a better shot ; and, from that congeniality of tastes which prevails among sportsmen, Budd was a most welcome, as he was always a most entertaining ... ...unatic asylum. If we turn from the ' November Morning ' of the R.A. to the ' Equestrian Portrait of C. J. Radclyfte, Esq.,' by Pearce, we shall find o... ...4), the conception of which is far more in accordance with our notions of an equestrian figure, the drawing fairly correct, the attitude easy, and the... ...st every valley in Little Thibet and Ladak, and is an admirable sport for an equestrian nation. The little country horses are small and active, and th... ... small rackets, and sometimes two are used. Amongst the Sioux, who are great equestrians, the gams is played on horseback, but other tribes generally ... ...umps the counter ? Do you think to pass Kimbolton Lodge With that there sham equestrian dodge ? By Jove ! I'll soon " dismount yer."' II. The words sc...

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Equestrian at the Southeast Asian Games

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes : Vol. 8, No. 52

By: Gilbey, Tresham, 1862

...°- 52. V 1/6 JUNE. WW fm> I'tj !t r BAILY'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF b -'/_ di- sports and Pastimes, 4fr.*>- AND Turf Guide^A^- c Hi ^ «* gkd M Ml 1864 d T... ..., for Hanting, Shooting, and Fishing Boots, is strongly recommended to all Sportsmen, c ioSx^l^' 8 Brown Boot-Top Fluid and Polish, and Powders of all... ...SOCKS, and LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S SPINE SUPPORTERS. Gentlemen taking much equestrian exercise will find great support from the use of the Elastic JBe... ...ession. A Female to attend upon Ladies. BAILY'S MAGAZINE. $aHgV Pagspe of Sports aifo pastimes. VOLUME VII Our Subscribers are respectfully informed ... ...on. N.B. Trousers from £1. Is. Also his improved BELT, so indispensable to Sportsmen, 12s. 6d. NOTICE OF" REMOVAL. WILKINSON & KLDD, Saddlers to Her M... ...y Street is the street opposite the Pantheon. BAILY'S Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes, and Turf Guide. No. 52. JUNE, 1864. Vol. VIII. Embelli...

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Equestrian at the 2011 Pan American Games

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Dissemination and Marketing of a Racecourse: a Case Study of Tianma Racecourse Sports Club Startup

By: Wang; Shen-an;

Dissemination and Marketing of a Racecourse: a Case Study of Tianma Racecourse Sports Club Startup by Wang; Shen-an; published by 亞洲大學 on 2015-11-25

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Equestrian at the 1956 Summer Olympics

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...his would be the first appearance for Australia, Cambodia and Venezuela in equestrian events. Although Melbourne was awarded the 1956 Olympic Games, ... ...ould not change the quarantine laws for the Olympic horses. Therefore, the equestrian competition would not be able to be held in Australia. In 1954, ... ...In 1954, the IOC selected Stockholm, Sweden as the alternate venue for the equestrian events. Therefore, the equestrian events were not only separated... ...e in Olympic history that there was not unity in time or place between all sports, with the equestrian event being held in June (summer in the norther... ...ory that there was not unity in time or place between all sports, with the equestrian event being held in June (summer in the northern hemisphere) and... ...event being held in June (summer in the northern hemisphere) and the other sports held in November (late spring in the southern hemisphere). The dis... ... width=20 valign=top Five nations competed in the equestrian events in Stockholm, but did not attend the Games in Melbourne: ...

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American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine : Vol. 2

By: Skinner, J. S., Ed

..., or had as much influence as that, in promoting attention to the breeding ofhorses and to the sports of the turf.] Mr. Editor: J^ew York, Juhj 3, 183... ...wed to name their horse at the starting post. Doubts were entertained, by some of the New York sportsmen, to the last moment, whether this great match... ...miss, and he and Richards were left behind at Mr. Badger''s. With the other three the southern sportsmen proceeded to the Union course, where they arr... ...d alike, and both in readiness for the approaching contest. It was yet unknown to the northern sportsmen which was to be their competitor. The road fr... ... is now at Wimbourn St. Giles, Dorsetshire, the seat of the Earl of Shaftesbury. Extraordinary Equestrian Performances. [A few to be given occasionall... ...w writers on this subject have thought it necessary to prescribe any peculiar mode of dress to equestrians. I am such a zealot about the propriety of ... ...double Janus. Died 1830, of a kink. Vol. 2. No. 10.] AND SPORTING MAGAZINE. 479 Extraordinary Equestrian Feats of the Race Horse. 1738. At the races ... ... so that Mr. Flint was a frequent visiter at Thorn- ville royal. Jn the course of one of their equestrian excursions, in Thornville park, Mrs. Thornto... ...tanced his adversary at every attempt, which so nettled Mr. Flint, that he challenged the fair equestrian to ride against him on a future day. This ch...

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Equestrian at the 1976 Summer Olympics

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...ting . All three disciplines, except for the Nations Cup, were held at the equestrian stadium in Bromont, which had a capacity of 15, 000 spectators, ... ..., with the Montreal Games being the first for Guatemala and Puerto Rico in equestrian events. The 1976 Olympics was also the first Games with a dis... ...ry course designer, Barbara Kemp, was the first woman to design an Olympic equestrian course. It wouldn't be until 1996 when show jumping would have i... ... while the oldest rider was the Australian Bill Roycroft at 61 years old., Sports Reference, retrieved February 27, 2011 Medal table { 1 al...

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The Sportsman's Cabinet, And Town and Country Magazine : Volume 2

...ine Cummings Scho'"' -^ veterinary iViedicine at Tufts Univ" •'' 200 V' THE SPORTSMAN'S CABINET. JOHNSON, PRINTER, LIVERPOOL. r E^ iiM..^ 7^... ...SMAN'S CABINET, AND TOWN AND COUNTRYMAGAZINE ; A PERIODICAL DEVOTED TO THE GENUINE SPORTS OFTHE FIELD AND INTERESTING ILLUSTRATIONS OP NATURAL HISTORY... ...TES, AND ELEQANT ENGRAVINGS. EDITED AND CONDUCTED BY T. B. JOHNSON, Author of the "Sportsman's Cyclopedia," the "Shooter's Companion" S/'C, 8fc, VOLUM... ...CKSON, New York ; AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. 1833. I THE SPORTSMAN'S CABINET, AND Town and Country Magazine. Vol. II. MAY, 1... ...unced for publication. Many instances have occurred in provincial towns, where the Sportsman's Cabinet has been ordered, and either the Old or the New... ...al points. The dreadful state of the weather prevented that numerous assemblage of equestrians and bipeds, which generally visit the LiverpoolAintree ... ... kind hearted and generous master ! From all directions might be seen pedestrians, equestrians, &c. wending their way to Scarisbrick Hall, the far gre...

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The Sportsman's Cabinet, And Town and Country Magazine : Volume 1

...dicine at Tuits University 200 Westboro Road rJorih Grafton. MA 01536 THE SPORTSMAN'S CABINET. I e ^ fc THE CdcUaini^^ "C^^^ /f9j SPORTSM... ...N'S CABINET, AND TOWN AND COUNTRY MAGAZINE ; A Periodical devoted to The Genuine Sports of the Field, AND INTERESTING ILLUSTRATIONS OF NATURAL HISTORY... ...S, AND ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS. EDITED AND CONDUCTED BY T. B. JOHNSON, Author of the "Sportsman's Cyclopedia," the ''Shooters Companion," Sfc. S;c. VOLUME ... ... ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. 1833 I JOHNSON, PRxNTER LIVERPOOL. THE SPORTSMAN'S CABINET, AND Toivn and Country Magazine. Vol. I. 'l^i^^^>... ...ive Observations. The month of November is the pe- riod when the energies of the sportsman are placed in a state of the most active requisition ; as, ... ...ter all, is not so difficult as is generally imagined. There is another class of equestrians uponwhom I shall devote a few observations in this place ... ...ers, by which it has, for some time, been disgraced, the motives of our mo- dern equestrians if not so lofty, would be equally free from every thing d...

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American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine : Vol. 9

By: Skinner, J. S., Ed

...f, there being no less than three equally conspicuous and equally honourable sportsmen thus yclept. Mr. Christopher Wilson, now the father of the turf... ... for having, by his amiable and conciliatory manners and conduct, united the sportsmen of the north and south, and divested their matches and engageme... ...acehorses, and a bettor, his character was without spot. Among other leading sportsmen of the turf, now no more, were the late duke of Grafton, and Do... ...ke of Grafton, and Douglas, duke of Hamilton. The duke of Grafton was a keen sportsman, and an excellent judge of racing, and his horses 22 AMERICAN ... ...e of the best of our stud horses—must not be passed unnoticed, not only as a sportsman, but as the true stamp of an English country gentle- man. Sir F... ...aders with them. We copy the following items from the first number.] Grant's Equestrian Match over the Beacon Course, last week, has created considera... ...on are : 1. Hunting. 2. Shooting. 3. Fish- ing. 4. What may be termed simple Equestrian exercise in contradis- tinction to its more violent twin-broth... ... training of. 17. 53. 104—form and size of, 222. English training, 241, 245. Equestrian match. Grant's, 130. Extraordinary colt foal, 340. Exercise, o... ...te and appointment of com- mittee. 301. Glover, Geo. A. stud of, 48. Grant's equestrian match over the Beacon course, 130. Grouse shooting in England....

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