In shoulder in, the inside hind leg steps under the point of weight.

In hindquarter-in and renvers, it is the outside hind leg that steps under the point of weight.

Shoulder in:                             Haunches in:                   Renvers:

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By changing the bending from back to front from the shoulder in, the horse is bended into the renvers.

By changing the bending from front to back in hindquarter-in, the horse is bended into renvers.

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