Travers

• (a.) Across; athwart.
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Travers

Haunches-in The horse is slightly bent around the inside leg of the rider Its outside legs pass and cross in front of the inside legs The horse is looking in the direction in which it is moving Performed along the wall or on the centerline, at an angle of about thirty degrees to the direction in which the horse is moving
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Travers

The horse is bent around the rider's inside leg, and looking in the direction of travel with the outside legs passing in front of the inside legs. Travers is performed at either the collected trot or collected canter with the forehand remaining on the track. The walk can be used for introducing this movement. The quarters leave the track at the beg...
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Travers

The horse is flexed in the direction of travel. The forehand (shoulder) stays on the outside track, the hindquarters on the inside. Travers is a good suppling and straightening exercise. It is best performed along the wall or fence line of the school, or on the centre line at an angle of 30 degrees to the direction in which the horse is travelling....
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Travers

Travers is a retainer of the Earl of Northumberland in King Henry IV part II.
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