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Ok so how much fun is the pirouette!?

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    05-03-2009, 10:05 PM
I meant the English 'rollbacks' you ahve in video's up here... I ride english and I still see them as haunch turns, but I guess cause that's what they are in the ASH world.
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    05-03-2009, 10:06 PM
What do you mean by Tada?? You were the one saying your coach or someone you know does Pirouette's in the middle of a Jumping round.

That is what brought this whole discussion about Rollbacks up. You say P - we say Rollback.
    05-04-2009, 01:19 AM
It doesn't matter lets leave this thread alone. I'm trying not to make people mad. We can just agree to disagree. I think that a true P can be done in a GP round. And think there is a distinct difference between what I am talking about and a rollback.
I was noting the explanations. I didn't see anything saying they were all the same in the post I was replying to. And the different terms since some people were confused. I liked to see all the info in one spot.

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