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INTERMEDIAIRE MOVEMENT The piaffe is a highly collected, cadenced, elevated diagonal movement giving the impression of being in place. The mount's back is supple and elastic. The quarters are slightly lowered, the haunches with active hocks are well engaged giving great freedom, lightness and mobility to the shoulders and forehand. Each diagonal pair of feet is raised and returned to the ground alternately, with an even cadence In principle the height of the toe of the raised foreleg should be level with the middle of the cannon bone of the other foreleg. The toe of the raised hind leg should reach just above the fetlock joint of the other hind leg. The neck should be raised and arched, the head vertical. The mount should remain light on the bit with a supple poll maintaining a light and soft contact on a taut rein. The body of the mount should move up and down in a supple, cadenced and harmonious movement. The piaffe must always be animated by a lively impulsion and characterized by a perfect balance. While giving the impression of being in place there may be a visible inclination to advance, this being displayed by the mount's eager acceptance to move forward as soon as he is asked. The mount is permitted to advance up to one meter forward in the Intermediaire II test.
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