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In Part Eleven I introduced you to single-rein riding/riding on a triangle. You saw how it can be used to bend your horse’s nose to the side to interrupt spooking, bucking, bolting, barging - all the nasty things that take the fun out of riding. So the first, primary reason for stepping outside of the boundaries of conventional riding is safety.  
But you might have a wonderfully safe horse. Single-rein riding is still for you. In this Unit I’m going to give you two more reasons why single-rein riding/riding-on-a-triangle is worth exploring. And then I’ll get you up on your horse using the "Capture the Saddle" lesson.
This haflinger is having his first introduction to riding on a triangle. The result: when she releases the rein, he stays in balance with her.
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