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The Autobiography Of A Horse, With Fifty Illustrations.

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GINGER'S STORY CONTINUED.                         87
gan to snap and kick when any one came to harness me; for this the groom beat me, and one day, as they had just buckled us into the carriage, and were straining my head up with that rein, I began to plunge and kick with all my might. I soon broke a lot of harness, and kicked myself clear; so that was an end of that place.
" After this I was sent to Tattersall's to be sold; of cours*
"The Bearing-ReinEnough to Drive One Mad."
I could not be warranted free from vice, so nothing was said about that. My handsome appearance and good paces soon brought a gentleman to bid for me, and I was bought by another dealer; he tried me in all kinds of ways and with different bits, and he soon found out what I could not bear. At last he drove me quite without a
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