Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Fascimile of 'a reduced scale of series 28 "Animals in Motion" photographed with an automatic electrophotographic apparatus in 1878' by Eadweard Muybridge. The text beneath the image notes that the above series depicted in 19 frames the 'phases of one complete stride of the horse "Edgington" which was owned by Senator Leland Stanford while trotting at a speed of a mile in 2 minutes and 16 seconds at Palo Alto, California in the Spring of 1879.'
Illustration and text on the conformation of a Draught horse. The illustration is by Eadweard Muybridge in 1897 from 'Animals in Motion' showing the hind-limbs bent to drawing a load. The text describes the movement of the horse.
Treatment of Sir Edmond Halley's method of finding the rotary motions produced in two spheres by an oblique impact. Appears to have been written in a hand other than David Gregory's, [Halley's?] though the title is clearly in his.
Located in Poultry Research Centre Staff Papers 1973.
Illustrations of the phases of a horses fast or flying amble.
Illustrations of the phases of a horses flying trot.
Photographs of a horse walking and galloping. The top two photographs, Fig.3 and Fig. 4 show a man riding a black horse at a gallop; and the bottom two photographs, Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 show a man riding a white horse at a walk to illustrate the differences in the gait and leg positions of the horse when in motion.
A twelve frame motion study illustration of a horse's gallop indicating the pattern of the footfalls.
Photograph of a Hackney stallion lifting its opposite front and back legs.
Illustration of a jockey riding a horse at full trot. The jockey is holding a camera/recording device in one hand and the reins and recording cables in the other. The cables are attached to each of the horses legs. Beneath the image is a digaram showing the rhythm of the stride.