When doing a half-pass, the horse moves diagonally in a lateral bending, in a forward-sideward manner and looks in the direction it is going.
During the half-pass, the horse steps under with its inside and outside hind legs alternated. The outside legs step in front and over the inside legs.
The horse in both carrying moments:
1. The outside hind leg steps to the point of weight.
2. The inside hind leg steps to the point of weight.