leading leg

leading leg

the last hoof to reach the ground in the three-beat cadence. The first is one of the hinds, then the other hind and its diagonal fore together, then the leading fore; the hoof that reaches out the furthest in front in the foot pattern.
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Swimming the leading leg to make the time official, he went out from the gun to turn at 50m in 23.
Gokham Ulker cut into the right corner of the Pics penalty area and fell to the ground spectacularly over the leading leg of Rushall skipper Niki Preston to yield a penalty kick for the visitors.
Change legs The action of a horse when it switches its leading leg, so that it leads with, say, its near-fore leg rather than its off-fore leg.
He got the ball with his leading leg, but his trailing leg followed through and McAteer went down in a heap, clutching his knee.
Danvers, who was chasing eventual winner Jana Pittman of Australia and Jamaican silver medallist Debbie-Ann Parris close to the line, took off too close to the hurdle and caught it with her leading leg.
Keep the movements smooth change the leading leg on each circuit.
The only slight concern with Akmal is that when playing off the front foot his leading leg has a tendency to point to mid-on, leaving a gap between his bat and pad and making him susceptible to the moving ball early on.
Bray is not very good at playing off the front foot with his bat coming down at an angle and his leading leg is getting in awkward positions.
Getting the ride just right, be it the leading leg or your horse's poeld, sition in the fi is now the key to claiming the win when you need it most.
However, he seemed to be penalised for having both feet off the ground, and the studs on his leading leg raised.
Danvers, who was chasing eventual winner Jana Pittman of Australia and Jamaican silver medallist Debbie-Ann Parris down the home straight, took off too close to the hurdle and caught it with her leading leg.