The Capriole is when the stallions leep high into the air with his feet by his chest and kicks out violently.
The Levade is when the stallion maintains a haunched position at 45-degree angle to the ground. This position requires muscle control and a perfection of balance that is quite difficult.
The Corbett is when the horse balances on the hind legs and then jumps, keeping his hind legs together and the forelegs off the ground.
The Mezair is a series of Levades in which the horse lowers its forefeet to the ground before rising again.
Riding Out On A Lipizzaner Stallion,