Discussion # 152: Who can answer this question about the Dressage movement called "renvers"?

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The Dressage movement called "renvers" is often defined as the inverse of "travers" (haunches in.) And once the horse is actually in the movement, it surely is the mirror image of a haunches in. But there is a distinct difference in how this movement is created, that makes renvers a unique suppling exercise. Can anyone tell us what that is?  (Click on Discussion Title above (in blue) to read this educational discussion)  





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