[QUOTE=NorthernMama;1439140]The pulley rein is not the same as a one rein stop. The one rein stop is shortening one rein excessively to bring the horse's head around to your knee. The pulley rein is placing one hand, say the left very low on the neck as a brace, then pulling up and back with the right. This twists the horse's head rather than bending the neck.
Thanks! The book did not explain very clearly so I'm glad someone set me straight
. With all these stories you have, horses running into things, etc, I am suddenly very glad for a lazy school horse!