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      Bend To Stop

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Reach

Hold

Release

Bend to a stop

Now it is time to use lateral flexion to stop.

Track to the left, so that your left hand is nearer the center of the arena, and move out at a vigorous, forward walk. Go around two or three times. 

Now, while the horse is still walking, slide your hand down the left rein, asking the horse to flex his neck to the left. The horse will respond by following his nose while walking in smaller and smaller circles. Keeping your hand pointing at your thigh and your eyes on your inside toe, sit passively and wait for the horse's feet to stop.

Maintain the flexion until the feet stop. When they do stop, let go of the rein completely, Repeat this several times to the left, then several times to the right.

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