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two-track

[ too-trak ]
/ ˈtuˌtræk /
Dressage.
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noun

an oblique movement of a horse in which the forehand and hindquarters move on two distinct parallel tracks and the body is maintained uniformly in the direction of the movement.

verb (used without object)

(of a horse) to execute a two-track.

verb (used with object)

to cause (a horse) to two-track.

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