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Re: [RC] speaking of twh/mft - Tina Hicks

My unspotted SSH Hank has this tremendous trot you are all talking about.  
Of course he also paces, racks, single-foots, does a true Walking Horse
Walk (not very often), and canters - all within a few strides oftentimes.
To see him going down the trail trotting you'd be hard pressed to realize
he's gaited. When I ride with someone who doesn't know him, I wait for
the "Umm, what, exactly, is your horse????" - usually happens when they
are behind and watching his legs go in and out of all these gaits  :)


On Thu, 1 Jan 2004, Elite wrote:

    Our gelding Vindicator does this wide extended trot.  His head sways
side to side as his body flexes with the back leg reaching up along side.


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Re: [RC] speaking of twh/mft, Elite