Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southwestern Ontario, Canada
• Horses: 0
Yes, because although you are in your two point before and after the jump, it does change when you push your butt back. Plus, I think it is confusing for it to be called the same thing.
When you are told to get into your two point and you are flatting (at least at my barn) everyone assumes a position that they would be in going over a jump. To be more "technically" right, if we were asked to get in our two-point, we should just have our butts out of the saddle, and not pretending we are jumping air.
Does that make sense?
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