If you're planning to slow troll or move a lot with a bait dangled under a kite, bridle
it through the nostrils instead of on top of the head so the bait will move easily through the water, advises Capt.
Mary Careless has the dubious honour of being the last woman in Stafford to be sentenced to the Scold's Bridle
The net is attached to a pair of 55-m wire bridles
that are joined together and attached to a single 12.2-m wire door leg extension, which, in turn, is connected to two, 3-m chain door legs attached to 816-kg steel "V" doors (Fig.
I loved the bridle
's vocabulary, the music of martingale
I found it useful to read the Bridles
book prior to the Silver book because of the in-depth chapter on "The Spread of the Horse in North America, 1494-1800".
There is another way to calculate three-point bridle
lengths--one that uses the Pythagorean theorem, the same formula used to calculate the lengths of two-point bridles
Let's start with additions to Consigliere's basic bridle
, beginning with blinkers.
Keith Raine, Go Wansbeck programme manager, said: "We're very pleased to be able support Bridles
, Buttons & Breeches.
Following endless experimentations, she refined the bitless bridle
to include a cross-over stabilizer for the rein strap and a rubber-lined noseband.
Various other saddles and bridles
, and a brand-new Stihl chainsaw and hedge strimmer were also taken, making the total value of items stolen around pounds 4,000.
It is, without a doubt, in a situation overlooking one of Wales's most treasured landscapes which is going to be a key selling factor of The Bridles
A thoroughly "kid friendly" introduction and guide to all the basics of horsemanship, My First Horse And Pony Book: From Breeds And Bridles
To Jodhpurs And Jumping is ideal for young readers, especially those learning to care for and/or ride a pony or a horse of their own.
Stiff plaid bridles
against the exotic/erotic tiger stripe, and swatches of doughnut shapes, checkerboards, and floral motifs become just as "tribal" as the more "ethnic" patterns with which they share territory.
Those who resist are subjected to beatings and scold's bridles
; their bones are crushed until they are "softened" into compliance.
During long winter months in line shacks or lonely times in a territorial prison, frontier men with too much time and too few resources sometimes created what has become an enduring folk-art form: horsehair bridles