Horse with Rarey fittings, c1905 (c1910). The Rarey technique is a method of calming horses that have become vicious and fearful of humans due to abusive handling or other traumatic events. It is named after its inventor, John Solomon Rarey (1827-1866). From Live Stock in Health and Disease, edited by Professor J Prince-Sheldon. [The Waverley Book Co., Ltd, London, c1890]
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