gate, trot, canter
The trot, whether it be extended, sitting, or posting is still a 2-beat gate.
It is the speeds of a horse example; walk, trot, canter/lope, gallop and is spelled gait.
No, posting or rising trot is a way to ride the trot and you can post any type of trot. Extended trot is where the horse lengthens it's trot stride to cover more ground. Typically this causes the trot to smooth out a bit making it easier to sit the trot.
No Missouri Fox Trotters preform a Diagonal gait called the Fox Trot which is a form of ambling gait.
No, it's [rein-wise] the space between medium trot and collected trot
Most horses have four gaits, the walk, trot, canter, and gallop. So yes, the walk is considered a gait.
The natural trot for a horse under saddle. It is the normal trot for the horse.
a working trot is a trot between a collected trot and the extended trot. It should be energetic and have good forward motion, not 'pokey', but should not be 'fast'. Just a good active pace relative to your horses motion.
The difference between thw western trot and the English trot is simple. The western trot is called a jog, which is much slower than the English trot. The English trot is called a trot, which is much quicker than western jog. Also you are not suppose to post in a western saddle you only do that in an English.
The meaning of the word trot is to proceed at a pace faster than walking.
If you are riding a "fast horse trot" it could be a lengthened or an extended trot. That is referring to the actual length of stride a horse is making at that trot. "Collection" is the exact opposite, basically, of a fast trot.
because the constant motions of the dogs trot can have a domino affect on the bridge and set it in motion potentially endangering the structure of the bridge.
donkeys trot not strut.
Trotted is the past participle of trot.
The Patriot Trot 2008
A trot is a two-beat gait
A canter is faster than a trot.
Trot - Oz - was created in 1911.
International Trot was created in 1959.
Esio Trot was created in 1990.
Trot Nixon is 6' 1".
To tell (or ask) your horse to trot is:"Aller au trotter."Translation is: To go into a trot.
Reversing at the trot means to change directions while trotting. So you never come out if the trot, but you have changed directions.