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What gaits do your horses do and what breed are they?

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        06-26-2010, 10:22 PM
      #31
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    Rocky Mountain natural gaits:
    Walk - calm, relaxed, even 4 beat and ground covering
    Show gait - smooth evenly timed 4 beat gait - single foot on the ground at one moment in time - gliding and moving forward with moderate speed.
    Pleasure gait - also perfectly smooth evenly timed 4 beat gait - single foot on the ground at one moment in time - gliding and moving forward with great speed.
    Canter - Relaxed, 3 beat, ground covering (but not fast)
         
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        07-14-2010, 01:35 AM
      #32
    Foal
    My Peruvian Horse does a nice flat walk and then the Paso Llano, which is faster then a trot, but slow then a canter. That is the gait she likes best and will travel all day in it without tiring. Then comes the Sobreaondo. That's as fast as a gallop while staying in the 4beat lateral movement. All these gaits are 4 beat laterals Very nice, and lots of fun...
         

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