|Dance Structure||Medley of 2 dances (each comprising a single sequence repeated) with Todorovo horo for approx. the first half of the music & Enjovo horo for the rest.|
|Formation||Open circle. V-hold & W-hold.|
|Music Structure||2 counts/bar, 4 bars/phrase.|
|Todorovo horo (whole sequence)||To the R in R, L, Triple Step R. (L in, R back, L side Triple Step L, R close lift) with arms (forwards, return) x 3.|
|Enjovo horo (whole sequence)||R & L forwards slow to the R. Facing centre, (R side, L across behind) to V-hold & (R side, L start forwards) to W-hold. L forwards, bounce, R in place, L close. Pause x 2, R across infront to V-hold, L in place to W-hold.|
|Source||Dimitar ("Mikto") Petrov in the Dobursko in Bulgaria during the 2013 British-Bulgarian Society dance tour.|
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