Are there any videos on youtube that show how it's done correctly? Most of the videos are western showmanship. The videos I've been studying the most are these:
This one is a little outdated:
My next question is this: I know I'm supposed to keep my arms bent at a ninety degree angle, or so I've heard. My left arm, I have no trouble with. But I'd have to hold my horses head up high to get a ninety degree angle. So what do I do? I've some people run around with their arms stuck straight out in fromt of them. I'm sorry but I'm not doing that. It looks completely unnatural.
Also, any tips on getting my horse to move away when I walk towards her for the backup and pivot?