The travers or quarter-in shall enable the rider to bring the outside hindfoot forward in under the point of weight. When doing that the correct activity of the inside hindfoot must be kept and the correct bending shall not be lost. In so far the quarter-in is build up on the basic of a good shoulder-in. When the rider is able to bring both the inside hindfoot and the outside hindfoot forward towards the point of balance he can lead the hindquarters between his legs and in the frame of aids. Of course we will offer as well a deeper insight in historical facts relating to the old masters as having a close look at biomechanics in the quarter-in movement. Some practical advice for your own work at home is completing the overview of this important topic.