- - Gaited Mustangs.
|lilkitty90 ||11-07-2011 06:54 PM |
so i've recently been studying up about Gaited horses, because when my mustang mare was sold to me she was said to rack. but i didn't know what to look for. looking back through our old videos and such i found a video of her gaiting in the beginning, she only gaits in the beginning of the video. as well as some pictures! anyone else have a gaited mustang?
|caleybooth ||11-07-2011 07:07 PM |
How certain are you that she's a mustang? She moves and looks alot like my missouri fox trotter.
|lilkitty90 ||11-07-2011 07:09 PM |
well as a mustang she could have a bit of anything. but her mom was wild caught as a pregnant mare, and had my girl shortly after in captivity, which is why she doesnt have the brand.
|caleybooth ||11-07-2011 07:22 PM |
Then I really don't know! I didn't know mustangs could be gaited, but she sure looks smooth!
|kevinshorses ||11-07-2011 07:47 PM |
Mustangs are not really a breed. They are mutts with a little of anything in them. Some make good horses but thier lineage may be anything.
|lilkitty90 ||11-07-2011 07:56 PM |
yea thats what i was saying, i think maybe there was something gaited out there in her mom's herd, as to what kind of gaited horse? im not sure because i dont know anything about gaited horses and how to tell the difference in how they move.
|caseymyhorserocks ||11-07-2011 11:56 PM |
Agreed, Missouri Fox Trotter to me.
|Faceman ||11-08-2011 02:15 PM |
The overwhelming odds would be the gaited trait came from Spanish influence, just as it does in Appys that shuffle...
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