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DEFINE COLLECTION 5x7 GREETING CARD
DEFINE COLLECTION 5x7 GREETING CARD
The horse shows collection when he lowers and engages his hindquarters - shortening and narrowing his base of support, resulting in lightness and mobility of the forehand. Because the center of mass is shifted backward, the forehand is lightened and elevated; the horse feels more "uphill." The horse's neck is raised and arched and the whole top line is stretched. He shows shorter, but powerful, cadenced, steps and strides. Elevation musts be the result of, and relative to, the lowering of the hindquarters. This is called "Relative Elevation". It indicates a training problem if the horse raises his neck without displacement of his center of mass to the rear. This is called "Absolute Elevation" and can, if pervasive, adversely affect the horse's health and his way of going. Collection with Relative Elevation will enhance the horse's self-carriage, so that he can be ridden almost entirely off the seat, and the aids of the legs and especially those of the hands can become very light.
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DEFINE COLLECTION 5x7 GREETING CARD
The horse shows collection when he lowers and engages his hindquarters - shortening and narrowing his base of support, resulting in lightness and mobility of the forehand. Because the center of mass is shifted backward, the forehand is lightened and elevated; the horse feels more "uphill." The horse's neck is raised and arched and the whole top line is stretched. He shows shorter, but powerful, cadenced, steps and strides. Elevation musts be the result of, and relative to, the lowering of the hindquarters. This is called "Relative Elevation". It indicates a training problem if the horse raises his neck without displacement of his center of mass to the rear. This is called "Absolute Elevation" and can, if pervasive, adversely affect the horse's health and his way of going. Collection with Relative Elevation will enhance the horse's self-carriage, so that he can be ridden almost entirely off the seat, and the aids of the legs and especially those of the hands can become very light.
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Made on: 6/16/2013 4:33 AM
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