For riding the renvers to the right the following aids are used:
- As a preparation to this exercise, the rider should ask shoulder-in on 4 tracks. The rider sits in a so-called ‘right seat’, meaning that the rider has more weight on his right seat bone, with his right leg on the girth and the left leg behind the girth.
- The right rein is away from the neck and the left rein is against the neck of the horse.
- Then the rider changes his seat from a right seat to a left seat to change the bending of the horse.
- In the left seat, the rider puts more weight on his left seat bone and his left leg is on the girth.
- The right leg is behind the girth and keeps the hindquarter along close to the wall.
- The left rein asks for new stelling, keeps the shoulders on the second track and then relaxes. The right rein controls the extent of stelling and keeps the horse straight since there is no wall to guide the horse on that side.