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If one begins as soon as possible with the gallop and individual riding -- if necessary on the lunge -- and allows the recruit as soon as he has acquired anything approaching a firm seat to practise the aids for the leg and the side paces -- passage and shoulder-in -- one will attain quite different results than from riding only on straight lines and practising closing in the ranks.
Haunches-in (or travers???) - A shoulder-in performed along a diagonal?
Where it says leg yielding and travers with question marks, I'm asking if haunches-in is the same as travers? and if shoulder-in is the same as leg yeilding?
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Experience wise I am Ok in the saddle, cmfortable in walk, trot and canter, can achieve stuff like leg yield and shoulder-in walk and trot on most (riding school) horses and also achieve correct canter and counter canter.