- Hindquarter-in can be ridden on the straight line along the wall, through curves, and also in a circle
- The exercise can be done in walk, trot and finally also canter.
- When riding in a circle, the collection of the horse can be improved through this exercise, because the hind legs take shorter steps and take more weight.
- Fluent transitions from shoulder in to hindquarter-in improve coordination and suppleness of the horse and the response to the aids.
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