the "hunters lay" "duck" "sprawl yourself on it's neck" 2-point
I read in another topic someone stated they didn't want to sport the 'lay on your horses neck' 2-point whether it's "in style" or not.
So here's my question, not to that person but to everyone. Is that really in style, or just a common adaptation of the original 2-point. Do trainers actually teach their clients to "lay on their horses necks" or is it just a form of habbit?
I don't remember any trainer teaching me HOW to look when I two point, and my two point did evolve with time on it's own.