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Re: [RC] [RC] RC] [Guest] TWH training - Truman Prevatt

Depends on his saddlebred lines. If he's a three gaited saddlebred I doublt very seriously if he has a gait (other than walk, trot, canter and gallop) in him. If he's a five gaited saddlebred he might and you might be able to do it.


Shelley Kerr wrote:
Does anyone know how to train a horse to gait?  I have a arab/saddlebred whose trot is OK, but when he does the extended trot, it gets really rough.  I should be able to train him to gait.  His lope is decent, fairly smooth. 
-------Original Message-------
Date: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 09:30:49 AM
Subject: [RC] RC] [Guest] TWH training
I have a TWH, who has a really rough trot, so I
gait him most of the time. I wish he had a better
trot, as it would be nice to have the option. also,
I miss the sense of drive and impulsion in a trot-
gaiting just isn't the same.
So were I you, I would train in both gaits, as it will
give you some flexibility. On a long ride, it is nice
to have a variety of gaits to choose from.

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