Dressage - Passage
This is a highly collected and elevated trot which has a prolonged moment of suspension.
Principles Of Passage
- The horse should already be well established with school movements, lateral work and Piaffe before attempting Passage.
- The toe of the raised foreleg should be level with the middle of the opposite cannon bone.
- The toe of the raised hind leg should be above the fetlock of the opposite leg.
- The trot steps should be even, elevated and cadenced.
- The horses neck should be raised and arched with the poll being the highest point.
- Passage should be ridden equally on both reins.