Non Gaited Horses

Non-gaited horses, unlike their gaited counterparts, do not possess intermediate gaits like the rack or running walk. Instead, they typically exhibit the natural gaits of walk, trot, and canter. Breeds such as Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, and Arabians fall into this category. These horses are versatile and are commonly used in various disciplines such as western and English riding, jumping, dressage, and ranch work. Their movement is characterized by a smooth, flowing motion, making them popular choices for riders seeking comfort and agility in their mounts.

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