Originally Posted by srh1
I don't know much about wp, do they ever ask for extended gaits in a class or deviate from a normal walk, trot, canter, back, and reverse sort of routine?
If you go to ranch horse shows or ranch horse versatility. The pleasure class shows extention of gaits, walk, trot, extended trot, lope, stop, reverse, walk, lope, extended lope, trot, stop, back. That would be an example of a ranch horse pleasure class. But only one entry in the ring at a time, so I can see where strategy and rail position would be important.
I have ridden a couple of WP horses(not in a show), it is not as easy as it appears to do it correctly. Posted via Mobile Device