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gait analysis tips needed

I'm interested in a tw/peruvian mix and the owner will be sending video of gaits. Are there any particular requests I should make for the best analysis? So things are clear to who sees the videos?
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I'm interested in a tw/peruvian mix and the owner will be sending video of gaits. Are there any particular requests I should make for the best analysis? So things are clear to who sees the videos?
Straight, flat ground where you can see the horse's legs/feet (no tall grass, etc.). Up hill videos can be misleading because going up an incline can take the pace out of a horse. Some people like to hear the footsteps, you could ask for sound with the video. That's all I can think of. Good luck!

Almost forgot, if you're interesting in cantering you might ask for a video of that, too.
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