Correct Reverse half circles ....plz help
Now I'm doing a course to become a riding instructor but I'm completely stuck..
See I know squat about dressage.. well I know very little... The question is..
Which of the following patterns represent a correctly executed reverse half circle
I'm not sure if it's the same thing, but what I've always known to be a "half turn in reverse" is when you're on the rail, you go into the middle as if you're making a circle, and then slowly go back to the rail the other direction (making a teardrop shape). So I'd guess MGB.
Out of all those options, I'd second the MGB - it forms the tear-drop shape as mentioned.
Thanx for your help but I tried that and it says it was wrong... I'm thinking I may just have to email them and tellt hem I'm having problems... I'll let you know the outcome
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