With Ms. Peters helping from the ground, the horse begins to carry himself with the shoulders up. Once he understands, they think about bouncing him up in the half steps using the riders legs instead of lifting him with the hands.
This ten year old gelding is expected to reach under with his hind legs rather than push off and out with them. Ms. Peters gives a clear explanation of what the result of the half halt should be. They use the leg yield at the canter to supple the horse longitudinally and when doing the half pass, she asks for more collection.