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Re: [RC] Heavy on the forehand - heidi

can there be too much rear
angulation and not enough correct front angulation, therefore wide rear
movement?

Yes, there can be too much rear angulation or not enough front
angulation--but that usually isn't the case in the good trotters.  It
takes good front angulation to be able to accommodate the reach and drive
of a good rear end, and it is the really strong horses that do this well.

And while there are some basics of movement that cross over between dogs
and horses, the dynamics of the back are entirely different, so one can't
entirely compare the details of the gaits....

Heidi



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