Gaited horses are defined by a unique four-beat intermediate gait that is natural to the breed. These ambling gaits are faster than a walk, but generally slower than a canter. The smooth gaits come in various forms, and are often breed-specific. (source: Watson, Rick.
What’s the difference between a gaited horse and a normal one?
To put it simply a gaited horse, moves like a regular horse does at a walk, it places all four feet down independently, the difference is in the upper speeds, the next speed for a trotting horse is a trot, and for a gaited horse it is just a faster walk, and some gaited horses can walk so fast that even the trotting …
What is the best bit for a gaited horse?
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