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How to Ride a Haunches-In

Grand Prix trainers and competitors Todd Flettrich and Ruth Hogan-Poulsen discuss and demonstrate riding haunches-in.

A haunches-in is a lateral movement ridden on four tracks. The bend comes primarily from behind the saddle and the neck and shoulders stay straight on the direction of travel. They cover the proper aids for riding it as well as common mistakes and how to address them.

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