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Horse Shoe Innovation

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The Arabian Art of Taming, P.R. Kincaid, 1856
The following excerpt was published in 1856 and serves as a guide for how to tame wild horses.

Kincaid, P.R. The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild & Vicious Horses. Cincinnati: n.p., 1856. Print.

Based on lines 61-66, it can be reasonably inferred that

A

a sturrupless saddle is far better for honing balance.

B

a leather horse shoe is less likely to injure a horse than a metal one.

C

nails can be used to attach a horse shoe to a horse's hoof.

D

the evolution of the horse shoe happened quite quickly.