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post #61 of 78 Old 05-13-2013, 04:53 PM
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Quick question -not a reiner- is spinning a sped up version/more complex turn on the haunches?
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post #62 of 78 Old 05-13-2013, 05:07 PM
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Quick question -not a reiner- is spinning a sped up version/more complex turn on the haunches?
Not a reiner, but I guess no, not really, the same as in the front end is moving, and the back end is moving in place.

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Turn on the haunches looking at a bend, softness, and crossing



Reining low and flat and spread those legs.




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OOOOOH I just noticed, that reining guy is holding his horn!
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Better watch out for Toto the horn police! Lol I honestly don't know the specifics of a turn on the haunches, so I can't answer your question. But in a spin, the are supposed to pivot on the inside rear foot.

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The turn on the haunches (Dressage move) and the Turn/Spin ( reining maneuver) are very different in many ways. The Turn on the Haunches is a slower maneuver in which all 4 feet continue to move. There is no pivot foot like in reining. In reinnig the turn or spin is a fast forward maneuver in which you should have a pivot foot. While that foot can and often does move it does not in the same way at it would in the turn on the hauches.
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Thanks NRHA. I know nothing about dressage. At. All.

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The turn on the haunches (Dressage move) and the Turn/Spin ( reining maneuver) are very different in many ways. The Turn on the Haunches is a slower maneuver in which all 4 feet continue to move. There is no pivot foot like in reining. In reinnig the turn or spin is a fast forward maneuver in which you should have a pivot foot. While that foot can and often does move it does not in the same way at it would in the turn on the hauches.
Yes my horse crosses over very nicely in the front but his back foot doesn't plant and drill into the ground, he does a little triangle in the back but his back end stays in the same spot, no cork screwing 10 foot across the arena - certainly ok for my level! Other than that he does turn fairly nice and we did get over the coke bottle spins by some ONE ON ONE in person schooling from a dear friend of mine;)
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Actually he looks a little like this but faster, see the little dance in the back? But the back end is still stationary.....

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This is at about 4 months of training. However it shows the rear foot fairly well.

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This is at about 4 months of training. However it shows the rear foot fairly well.

How'd you get that gif to work? I can never get them to work! That's neat!
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