Saddlebreds are gaited, and also trot. You post the trot on them. Crosses of TWH and other gaited breeds may also do a trot that could be posted to.
And it is possible to post on a horse that does a gait but no trot, as posting at a walk is a leg strengthening exercise.
Also rider positioning and interference will factor into a horse gaiting too.
Getting saddle further back to open up her shoulders, as well as bringing legs off of her, and widening hands might get a better gait. And "shaking" her head might settle her into it.
Judging from the looseness of her movement, I would say she could do a singlefoot easily.
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Last edited by Palomine; 01-10-2013 at 07:19 PM.