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post #1 of 23 Old 01-30-2012, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
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Question What breed is Coz?

I do not have papers on Cozmoe since the rescue did not get papers when they seized im from previous owners and im not sure if he was even able to be registered.. I'm hoping you guys can help determine what type of breed he is? I appreciate your help! =)





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post #2 of 23 Old 01-30-2012, 08:37 PM
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Would like to see him move, is he gaited? I'm thinking he looks a heck of a lot like My Morgan did.
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Yes he is gaited

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Maybe a Tennessee Walker then, Head is shaped the same as my cousin's TW
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What gait does he do?

I'd say TWH, as well...pending what gait he has.

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What gait does he do?

I'd say TWH, as well...pending what gait he has.
He does the basic walk, trot, canter, and gallop from what my trainer has said. I haven't had a chance to work with him and see what all he has. I know he has the basics but they could be trained instead of natural right? I'm new to this so im still learning a lot! I have no training history on him since he was rescued
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If he does just the walk, trot, canter and gallop, then he isn't gaited. Gaiting means he has an intermediate gait in between the walk and trot. Something like the rack (for saddlebred), the foxtrot (for foxtrotters), the running walk (for TWH) and the paso gaits (for paso finos).

For a horse to be considered a gaited breed, the gaits have to be natural, I believe.

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If he does just the walk, trot, canter and gallop, then he isn't gaited. Gaiting means he has an intermediate gait in between the walk and trot. Something like the rack (for saddlebred), the foxtrot (for foxtrotters), the running walk (for TWH) and the paso gaits (for paso finos).

For a horse to be considered a gaited breed, the gaits have to be natural, I believe.
Ok the trainer that rode him just mentioned he had the basic gaits. Thank you for the information! It's confusing at first knowing the difference between gaits :P
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How tall is Coz? In that third pic, he *almost* looks like an appendix (quarter horse/thoroughbred cross).

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He looks to be maybe a rocky mountain or TW or fox trotter.
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