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The longeur is the person who stands in the middle of the ring and holds the lunge line and controls the horse. Find out what the longeur does with help from an award winning vaulter in this video on vaulting basics.
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This is Priscilla Faulkner with Falconwood Vaulters. A longeur is an important part of any vaulting team. They are the person who stands in the middle of the ring and holds the lunge line and controls the horse while the vaulters are vaulting. They have to be paying constant attention to the vaulters and the to horse. To maintain safety and to make sure the horse is going consistently. So, the vaulter has a good routine. This is Priscilla Faulkner with Falconwood Vaulters.