CHAPTER IV. FOUR-IN-HAND.
WHILE the term four-in-hand is very properly embraced under the title of the preceding chapter, Coaching, the latter term is not applicable to four-inhand driving at large, and the two should not be confused. The word coaching applies only to the sport when a coach or drag is the vehicle used. Four-inhand work embraces the remainder of the field.
It is almost imperative for every coaching man to have some vehicle besides his coach to which he can drive four horses, as the coach is often too heavy for exercising, etc.
Four-in-hand driving is a delightful sport in itself, and although it can scarcely be brought to the acme of perfection in detail of which coaching admits, nevertheless it is not to be despised.
It is necessary that every man who goes into