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    09-17-2013, 04:18 PM
I will be looking for an instructor. Our resident trainer has experience with gaited horses, but uses Quarter Horses for lessons because my barn is western. As soon as I get a job and have income, I will be taking lessons with her, first on a quarter horse, then on mine.

Originally Posted by Corporal    
Btw, TWH's have 6 gaits:
1) walk
2) running walk
3) canter or lope
4) pace
5) trot--yes, Virginia, a gaited horse will trot, though some never do under saddle
6) broken washing machine

That bit KILLED me though! I think my boy is the king of the broken washing machine I love him anyways.
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