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Tennessee Walker undulating slow walk?

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  • Can a Tennessee Walker walk slowly

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    04-17-2014, 12:28 AM
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Yup the infamous "Dog Walk", my OTSTB trotter has a fantastic Dog Walk and even a nice fox walk when we are riding with our Walker friends. He alternates between a fox trot and a rack/singlefoot His walk is HUGE and when he's strung out it's not super comfy but when he is in a nice frame his walk becomes a really nice rolling walk. It is really comfortable to ride but if you are used to QHs a huge walk can be a bit discombobulating.

I'm moving barns so once we get settled in our new digs, I'll get some videos of us riding and our gaits.
     
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