Round versus concave back
I was wondering if anyone has good video or pictures that exemplifies round versus concave (engaged) back at the trot on a western-tacked horse. I am trying to be able to spot the difference and it's tough, especially looking at videos of me where my pad extends back over the areas I'm trying to see! ha.
I have no pics, but just look at the horse's back behind the saddle in the Lumbar-sacral area before the croup. If it's up, he's round. If it's dipped, he's hollow.
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