Okay, so I have little to no experience with gaited horses. I have always rode English on your standard TBs, QHs, Paints, Warmbloods, etc. Recently I have started riding TWHs where I work because are trying to sell some. Basically I have been told "Do NOT let them trot, whatever you do." So I know a gaited horse should not trot, but what are their gaits called? I have labeled them: Walk, Slow-And-Smooth, Fast-And-Smooth, Fast-And-Bumpy (but not a trot), and Something-Kind-Of-Like-A-Canter-But-Not. Until recently, I have thought a rack was the two beat gait that they do that is both legs on the same side at the same time. Obviously, I know nothing about gaited horses except that they are not supposed to trot. What are those gaits called and what's the difference?