Gaited horse lesson with Diane Sept 2
by: TrailGaiter's channel
Part two of a lesson with Connected Riding instructor Diane Sept.
What Gait Chesnut Gaited Horse
What gait is this chestnut gaited horse doing? The video was taken at a gaited horse clinic and different people were trying different horses, so there is an "adjustment" period of time while the horse gets used to the rider, and the rider tries to determine how to use his body to communicate with the horse to get the smoothest gait from the horse.
Natural and Artificial Gaits of Gaited Horses
Natural and Artificial Gaits of Icelandic Horses (and also applies to other gaited horse breeds).
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Tennessee Walking Horse Dressage
Vengeance is Mine is a 6 year old, black TWH mare. I am working her at the dressage clinic our farm held on 11-10-07. We are curently working on dressage intro test B. Feel free to visit our web site at www.stepp-n-outfarm.com
Liz Graves, Bits for Horses
Liz Graves, gaited horse trainer, judge, and clinician, shares some information about bits and bitting for horses. More information at iceryder.net and lizgraves.com
Elizabeth Graves with the Pryor Mountain Mustan...
by: About The Horse
Internationally renowned horse trainer Elizabeth Graves interacts with the free Mustangs in the Pryor Mountains in Wyoming.
Gaited Endurance Horse in Training
Quite a Sugarfoot is a registered Tennessee Walking Horse in training for the Endurance Riding circuit, a sport dominated by Arabian horses. However, many gaited horses are now in the sport today.
In this video, you will see Sugarfoot practicing for her vet check "trot out", working on the "Pessoa" lunge line to round out her back muscles, and working on a German Martingale (with me on her back) to achieve the same "rounding" technique with her back to strengthen it.
In this video, you will see her in a multitude of gaits -- big flat-walk, rack, pace, trot & canter.
I chose "My Maria" for the song because Sugarfoot is "My Maria" -- this song reminds me in every way of her and the way she makes me feel!
Training Gaited Endurance Horse for vet check T...
Quite a Sugarfoot is a registered Tennessee Walking Horse. I am training her for endurance riding -- where the field is dominated by Arabians. There are many gaited horses, like Sugarfoot, on the endurance circuit today.
In this video, I am training her to do the "trot out" that she will do at endurance vet checks. The "trot-out" is necessary before an endurance ride & during the ride so that the vets can tell if a horse is sound & fit to continue. In this video, she is doing a beautiful flat-walk at first (that I'm sure the vets might appreciate but not accept at the vet check), but I finally get her to trot like she is supposed to.
Most people don't know that walkers trot -- as Sugarfoot is doing in her "trot out". She also run-walks, paces, racks & does the stepping pace.
At the vet check "trot out", gaited horses don't have to trot for the vets -- as long as they show the vets a nice middle gait. Sugarfoot's gait at "trot out" just happens to be a trot. Many gaited horses gait (rack, run-walk, pace, etc.) at the vet checks.
2009 World s Championship Horse Show Five Gaite...
THIS VIDEO IS COPYRIGHTED BY THE UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION. An interview with competitor and trainer Merrill Murray, who rode Courageous Lord to the victory Saturday night in the Five-Gaited open at the 2009 Kentucky State Fair World's Grand Championship Horse Show in Louisville. Courageous Lord is owned by Marsha Shepard and Bill Carrington of Shelbyville, TN, and was bred by Mike and Kathleen M. Barlow of Rockvale, TN.
For more from the 2009 World's Championship Horse Show, visit www.ClubEquestrian.com, presented by the United States Equestrian Federation.