On the flip side...there are plenty of horses who I would call "just a trail horse." The kind that rarely, if ever leave home. Walk only on the same trails over and over - mixing it up is walking the same trail in the other way than you normally go. MAYBE a trot if there's a hill. No creeks, no odd terrain, a well worn path from having been walked on so often. They go forward, turn a bit, back awkwardly and stop. There's no moving off leg pressure to turn, no side passing, no Arabian equitation. While this is great for those who like that sort of thing, its also not exactly a demanding job or a very technical one.
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