08-15-2012, 11:05 PM
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Sure you could -same as you could ruin a dressage horse, a barrel horse, or a jumper if they aren't ridden properly. If he is naturally gaited if you bung him up he can be fixed with help and guidance from experience. If you're not sure how to ride him in gait, I would suggest lessons so you can learn the right movement. What is the breed?
Were you able to ride him before in gait?
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