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Rapid two beat diagonal gait where one forefoot and the opposite hindfoot take off and strike the ground at the same time
A fast 2 beat gait where the front and hind feet on the same side start and stop at the same time
A slow lateral four beat gait where each of the four feet hit the ground at separate intervals
The natural slow four beat gait of the Tennessee Walking Horse where each foot takes off and lands at separate intervals
A two beat lateral gait that is faster and stronger than a normal trot performed with a lengthened stride more powerful and reaching
Twisting of the striding leg around the supporting leg in such a manner that the horse appears to be tight rope walking
Term for the distance and/or time from when the horse's foot leaves the ground until that foot strikes the ground again
Striking of the inside of one leg at the fetlock/cannon with the insie of the hoof of the opposite leg
The slow 4 beat gait similar to the rack of 5 gaited saddle horses, each foot is held momentarily in mid air before being brought down
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