Her excited canter there just doesn't compare to the SUPER uphill canter she has under saddle with great rhythm, and her trot has just gotten larger.... I'm glad I get to see her regularly to remind me what top gaits are lest I get too cocky about improvements with my own horses!
Originally Posted by Silverbridge
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I am not particularly wild about the ones that throw their head way up in the air and brace in the lower neck while flying around at a big trot. They may have super active hindlegs that reach well underneath themselves, but I wonder how they would be as riding horses. I much prefer the ones that stretch more through the topline and show some break in the poll - i.e., their faces are closer to vertical, as they look like they are moving through their entire bodies instead of just being "leg movers".