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    07-04-2011, 02:24 AM
Well that makes sense. I only ride pleasure/trails so showing is not an issue for us. We do trail with non-gaited horses sometimes, but we've been lucky enough to not have it be an issue. I can usually slow down or speed up our gaits to match the speed of the horses we're with.

Thank you for answering my question. I was stumped
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    07-11-2011, 01:48 PM
So many answers I have not seen.. sorry! >< :P

And thanks for all the compliments! :P

I trot him because I believe that trot is a healthy gait for the horse, and I enjoy it as well. However, I'm consistent in when to trot and when to gait. I decide, not Crow. :)

He's bred for trotting since we have no races for pacing horses here ;) I guess his grand parents are from a pacing bloodline though.

Why not show our latest photos from today?


(odd trot that one above, but still..)

Flatwalk..I think :P

And canter.. we're having some issues with that atm.. but it's probably temporary :)



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