The forehand and backhand ground strokes should be hit with a short, snap of the wrist—as though you were cracking a whip.
A loin of pork with the fat and kidney taken out and boned, and a forehand of pork boned, are very nice dressed in the same way.
In forehand play the bowl as it courses to the jack describes its segment of a circle on the right, in backhand play on the left.
It is the one opposite the direction in which you are moving the croup or forehand.
Or, let us take the case of a horse high and strong in the forehand, but low and weak in the hind quarters.
He made a desperate effort to get up, but could only raise his forehand.
He next threw the iron-sheathed gold-bedecked coats of mail over his horses, so that they covered them from forehead to forehand.
Suppose the horse be low in the forehand and goes too much on the shoulders when in action,—a miserable condition of affairs.
The flexions of the croup are in reality more important than those of the forehand.
Some low-headed horses require the hands to be held a bit higher to stimulate the forehand.