Honors, Degrees, and Indian Names 131 . Know how to harness a horse correctly in single or double harness and to drive.
- 6. Can pack 100 lbs. of stuff with diamond hitch, to
stay during 4 hours of travel or 2 miles of trotting. (2 hours or i mile for L. L.) . Have a knowledge of the power of endurance of horses at work and know the local regulations concerning driving. . Know the management and care of horses.
- g. Can identify unsoundness and blemishes.
. Know the evils of bearing or check reins and of ill- fitting harness or saddlery. . Know two common causes of, and proper remedies for, lameness, and know to whom he should refer cases of cruelty and abuse. . Are able to judge as to the weight, height, and age of horses. . Know 3 breeds and their general characteristics. . Are able to treat a horse for colic. . Describe symptoms and give treatment for the fol- lowing: wounds, fractures and sprains, exhaustion, choking, lameness. . Understand horseshoeing.
- ij. Can clear a 4-foot hurdle and an 8-foot water jump.
18. Pick up their hat from the ground going at full gallop on a horse not less than 13 hands high. (11 hands for L. L.) HUNTER (Gaossed.) The Degree of Hunter may be conferred on those who take 14 of these tests: . Can walk i mile in 1 1 minutes. (14 in L. L.) . " " 30 " "12 hours. (Not open to L. L. ) . " run 100 yards in 13 Sees. (15 in L. L.)