I've always been taught that whether wrapping to ride, or for standing wraps, you should always wrap "tendons in" to protect the leg from bowing and such. I've played polo a few times, and noticed they wrap the horses however is more convenient, so each leg is basically wrapped in a different direction. I know that's to protect the legs from the mallat and such, and I didn't think much of it. Recently, I went to a dressage trainer, and he wrapped each leg the opposite of how I had been taught. What are the ups and downs of wrapping one way vs the other, and does the amount of stress have anything to do with which is right?