Wow, VaticanVice. Thank you so much for posting. That's all very helpful. I find especially interesting the part about releasing from the inside, with the arrow on your left thumb. You're right, in standing archery you rest the arrow on the left side of the bow (when shooting right handed). Do you connect your reins to anything or just drop them on the neck? When I teach kids horsemanship and I take the reins away, I attach them to the horn with a rubber band so they don't fall and get a foot caught.
That's crazy that aim is nonexistent.
From the few videos I have seen, you run the horse in a straight line and shoot at a mounted target (or 3 targets facing in 3 directions). Are there any other configurations or set ups? Like a trail with targets mounted along the way?
Thanks again for sharing your info!