The horse should approach this sweeping from the hindquarters forward to the hand without coming on the forehand. The rider feel a vibrating elastic back and a hard forward any horse that is not in a hurry. The long muscles of the back of the horse be stretched in this stretch position, back and kidney areas of the horse and relax. It arches its back and can thus better carry the load of the rider. This stretch position promotes the expansive impact and supports the correct alignment of the muscles of the horse and the thrust from the hindquarters. The reality is often different. “The reins much too short and the instructors call everywhere by the riding school: Nu’ riding forward, grab the reins less and make sure that you have pressure on the reins.” Would they know no better? Should our instructors don’t know that a horse that completely rushed through the train crashes, neither can let go, nor ever relaxed in depth go, back up can make, to come to the swing? How can trainers say you should get pressure on the hand? What do you mean pressure on the Hand? Carrying the head of the horse? How short should be the reins? Today the most riders in their reins have much too short and they ride their horses not in depth with this short leash, but they pull in the depth.
Forget a nie: assuming no one has forgotten. and that’s the problem. (2) on the speed differences and the place to catch! Imagine an accordion. Permanent speed differences are important in the walk, trot and gallop. The horse is attentive, focused on the rider about the speed differences, is fine at hand and leg and the hindquarters of the horse is the industrious appearance, and stimulated under jumping to the last record. By the step of means of to the strong step, then in the gathered pace, with little hand hold, alone out of the closed seat out.