1. UP OR DOWN CENTERLINE: Riding from A to C or C to A.
2. LONG DIAGONAL LINE: Riding from M to K, or K to M, or from H to F, or F to H.
3. SHORT DIAGONAL LINE: Riding from H to B, or M to E, or K to B, or from F to E.
4. QUARTERLINE: Imaginary line between the centerline an the rail.
5. GO LARGE: Discontinue exercise and ride the whole ring.
6. FADE IN: The inside partner drops back behind outside partner forming a single file line.
7. FADE OUT: The inside partner meets up with outside partner forming pairs again.
8. TRACK RIGHT: The riders right hand should be to the center of the ring.
9. TRACK LEFT: The riders left hand should be to the center of the ring.
10. ALTERNATING PAIRS: Pair one turns left, pair two turns right, pair three turns left..ect. ect.
11. SERPENTINE: A series of half circles across the ring.
12. BROKEN LINE SERPENTINE: A series of half circles between the rail and quarterline.
13. SPACING: (in pairs or singular) Leave one horse length between you and the horse in front of you.
14. GAITS: what a horses walk, trot, canter or gallop is called.
15. TRANSITIONS: A change in the horses gait.
16. PASS THROUGH: When column right and left cross centerline and pass their partner left hand to
left hand on centerline.
17. INSIDE: Towards the middle of the ring which ever way the horse is bent.
18.OUTSIDE: Towards the rail away from bend.
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