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        01-31-2008, 03:35 PM
    I watched that video and didn't see any other different gaits. The walk, trot and canter all seemed normal to me
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        01-31-2008, 03:45 PM
    Green Broke
    Ya that's what I was thinking.....just wasnt sure lol
        01-31-2008, 04:26 PM
    This is one of the videos I saw. I do believe she is on here (name is doublemfarm I think)

    [/url]<br /> <br /> Vida, Is this...ooks comfy tho
        01-31-2008, 05:50 PM
    I'm lucky to get a still photo taken of myself much less a video
    I'll see what I can find online, that right hind, right front, left hind, left front is confusing and hard to picture.
    Here is a saddlebred at slow motion. Very animated but you get the idea
    Here is a web site that explains a bit about the different breeds and different wording. With my girls its called a pleasure gait and isn't nearly as animated, but the foot fall is the same.
        01-31-2008, 05:52 PM
    That's definitely very cool! The horses look so purdy when they do it too.
        01-31-2008, 06:34 PM
    Gaits of gaited horses is very confusing because each breed calls it something different I just happened on this article that expains it very well

    If you really watch how the horses feet hit the ground you can see the diffence when that one foot is always on the ground.
    Appylover- yes that's what Vida goes like at her pleasure gait or rack. See it is confusing.
        01-31-2008, 06:59 PM
    Green Broke
    Well, ill have to watch it a bit more, but I don't think he is gaited. Some people think they can see it, but it should be something you actually see, not guess. Well thanks for the info!

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