Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Western Massachusetts
There is a small subset of Morgans that have a gait other than the typical three but it is small. I've never heard of a racking Morgan but I guess it is possible. Black is a fairly rare color in Morgans as well. So your wife wants a rare gait and a rare color, both, in that breed. Also, although 16 hand Morgans are becoming more common, the traditional height is much shorter.
My question has to be, why a Morgan? Why not a breed that is bred to be tall, bred to rack? Like, um, a Saddlebred for example?
Short horse lover