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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.

According to lines 18-22, for what reason did most people historically mount their horses from the right side?


The horse got scared if the rider mounted from the left side.


It was a form of etiquette that originated with knighthood.


It was easier to grasp the horse's mane, which grew on the right side.


The saddle was built for the rider to mount more easily from the right side.

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