Gaited Morgans, anyone?
I have seen/worked with a gaited morgan. He was purebred and registered, and he was able to gait. I am not sure what it was, but he was gaited. I never rode him, just did groundwork. I was told by my sister that he was a blast to ride saddleseat. He had really high knee and shoulder action, typical of the morgan breed. He was a beauty. I wish he hadnt been taken back by the original owners...there is something about Morgans. I ride gaited horses, and always feel lucky finding a breed that also goes gaited. I ride Bashkir Curlies, and like the Morgans and Appys, there are some out there that are gaited. Very neat thing indeed...
Shaneequah, 1998 gaited Bashkir CurlyxArab mare
Johnny Cash, 2001 Arab x pony gelding
Brighty, 2013 Standard Donkey jack