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[RC] One Rein Stop - mkrumlaw

The purpose of the one rein stop is to disengage the hind quarters so the 
horse has to stop.  It's not just about turning the head to one side and 
touching his sides.  I've had several horses that can continue at a full 
gallop with their heads bent around the body.

When asking for the one rein stop the horses head and neck should 
bend/flex in towards his side but at the same time his hind quarters 
should take a step over to disengage.


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