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Figure 1. Incorrect passage performed by international rider Anky van Grunsven. Showing poor hindlegs engagement and back elevation. Notice the lack of parallel movement. Figure 2. Correct piaffe performed by Alexander Nevzorov. Picture by Linda Nevzorov. Showing correct hindleg engagement. Horse is lifting it’s back and forhand up.

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It's TIME... to TRAIN... your EYE... as to what is correct, and what is not. Tension is defined as muscular resistance or contraction that is counter-productive to efficient movement, propulsion and balance. So we want the whole horse relaxed, without tension but fit. Relaxed but not slack, toned but not tense.

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Correct and incorrect postures while riding

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Now this is an excellently ridden piaffe. Only the lightest contact is necessary when a horse has reached the highest form of collection.

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USEA, Grid Pro Quo with Holly Hudspeth | United States Eventing Association, Inc. - US National Combined Training, Horse Trials: Dressage, Cross Country, Show Jumping

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Ingrid Klimke and “Braxxi” ^^ The correct way of training a top-sport horse! Build a bond, work on from there! Amazing

I think this is what my trainer is trying to show me, to use outside rein & leg to turn the horse's whole shoulder & body to a circle to the inside. I tend to do "B" which only turns his head.

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picture perfect . . . love this!

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Remember, it's supposed to be fun! Check out Geneviève Benoit, Licensed #Parelli 3-Star Instructor at www.vifargent.com

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