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SECOND LEVEL MOVEMENT Shoulder-in. This exercise is performed in collected trot. The mount is ridden with a slight but uniform bend around the inside leg of the rider maintaining cadence at a constant angle of approximately 30 degrees. The mount's inside foreleg passes and crosses in front of the outside foreleg; the inside hind leg steps forward under the mount's body weight following the same track of the outside foreleg, with the lowering of the inside hip. The mount is bent away from the direction in which it is moving. If the shoulder-in is performed on the long side or on the center line, the mount should be straightened after the shoulder-in, before going into the corner. If the movement that follows the shoulder-in is a circle at any point, or a turn left or right at any point other than the four corners, the mount should not be straightened.
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