When a horse refuses obedience to the bridle-hand, it must be reinforced by the right.
Her seat should be easy, her leg still, and her bridle-hand steady.
Holding his long rifle in his bridle-hand, he shook his free fist at Cedar City.
He laid his bridle-hand on the left side of his horse's mane and shifted his weight a trifle.
And then they keep their bridle-hand firm closed on the bridle-rein till their horses are back in the stable again.
The bridle-hand wears the mainfere (main-de-fer), while the right hand grasping the spear is gauntleted.
The left hand is the bridle-hand and the one in which the reins should habitually be carried.
If he trot too rapidly, he must be checked, by bracing the bridle-hand and increasing the pull upon the reins.
A dextrous motion of the bridle-hand and right leg made the horse evade the bulls horn, by turning to the left.
Sol's bridle-hand had been frozen the night before in the long swift ride.