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Identifier: exteriorofhor00goub Title: The exterior of the horse Year: 1892 (1890s) Authors: Goubaux, Armand, 1820-1890 Barrier, Gustave Harger, Simon J. J Subjects: Veterinary medicine Horses CHR 1892 PRO McCarthy, Philip J. (stamp) (PSPA copy) PRO McNeil, John H. (autograph) (Fairman Rogers copy 1) PRO McNeil, John H., Mrs. (donor) (Fairman Rogers copy 1) PRO Lee, Donald A. (autograph) (donor) (Fairman Rogers copy 2) Publisher: Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott Company Contributing Library: University of Pennsylvania Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ven horses do not travel at this gait longwithout irregularities, which must be considered as defects. We willstudy these under the names racking, saut de 2)ie, and canter. The duration of the time of j)rojection ^ has been differently appre- 1 Let us recall that in the leaped trot there is a simple suspension when the lateral imprintsare superposed, and a projection when the posterior imprints surpass the anterior. THE GAITS IN PARTICULAR. 515 ciated by most authors who only had recourse to direct obsei*\ation.The means of investigation employe<l by M. IMarey has enal)led him toharmonize these views. Having estabhshed this divergence of opinion byciting H. Bouley/ according to whom the period of projection is shorterthan that of the contact, contrary to Raabe,^ who claims the reverse,this learned experimenter expressed himself in the folloMing terms : ^ An old and very docile horse has furnished the tracing repre-sented in Fig. 209. In this figure are indicated the tracings of the Text Appearing After Image: Fig. 209.—Tracing, notation, and reactions of the trot. AG, beginning of the contact of the anterior left foot.AD, beginning of the contact of the anterior right foot. PD, beginning of the contact of the posterior right foot.PG, beginning of the contact of the posterior left foot. contact with the soil of the four members, with their notation, and,besides, the reactions given by this gait to the horse. * Here it is observed that the curves of the contacts of the fourfeet reach two different levels : the higher are the curves of the ante-rior members ; the lower, those of the posterior. In each of theseseries the curves of the left foot are represented by dotted lines ; thoseof the right by the continuous lines. The ascent of each curve expresses the commencement of thee(^intact of the foot upon the ground ; the descent indicates the momentwhen the foot is raised.^ It is seen, from these tracings, that the feet H. Bouley, loc. cit., t. i. p. 391. 2 Raabe, Locomotion du cheval (Examen Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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