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Gaited Horse Saddles

Gaited Horse Walking

Gaited Saddles: Provide freedom of horse's shoulders while performing high-stepping movements. Shorter saddle tree minimizes shoulder and hind leg interference.

Differences: Shorter skirt, higher gullet, saddle sits rider further back allowing the horse access to achieve their natural gait easily

Perfect for: Gaited horses

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Abetta Gaited Endurance Saddle
Abetta Gaited Endurance Saddle

$471.00

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Abetta Gaited Comfort Trail Saddle
Abetta Gaited Comfort Trail Saddle

$485.00

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Regular Seat
Abetta Gaited Saddle

$419.00

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Gaited Horse Trail Saddle by Fabtron
Gaited Horse Trail Saddle by Fabtron

$592.50

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Gaited Cross Trail by Fabtron
Gaited Cross Trail by Fabtron

$1,042.50

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Abetta Gaited Trail Saddle
Abetta Gaited Trail Saddle

$419.00

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Comfort Gaited Trail Saddle
Comfort Gaited Trail Saddle by King Series

$569.00

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Gaited Seven Oaks Silver Show Saddle by Royal King
Gaited Seven Oaks Silver Show Saddle by Ro...

$859.00

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Gaited Triumph Saddle
Gaited Triumph Saddle by Royal King

$679.00

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Pecan
Gaited Trail by Tex Tan

$1,190.00

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Tex Tan Jackson Flex Trail Saddle
Jackson Flex Trail by Tex Tan

$1,465.00

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Tuscaloosa Flex Trail by Tex Tan
Tuscaloosa Flex Trail by Tex Tan

$1,180.00

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Gaited Horse

In most "gaited" breeds, an ambling gait is a hereditary attribute. However, some representatives of those breeds might not continually gait. Conversely, some naturally trotting breeds could have ambling or "gaited" ability, significantly with specialized coaching. Several horses will each trot and amble, and a few horses pace additionally to the amble, rather than trotting. However, pacing in gaited horses is usually discouraged. Some horses don't naturally trot or pace, but simply like their ambling gait for his or her intermediate speed. It has become habit or comfortable for the horse to achieve the pace or trot rather than the correct gait.

A 2012 study of movement in harness race horses, Icelandic horses, and mice, determined that a mutation on the factor DMRT3, that controls the spinal neurologic circuits associated with limb movement and motion, causes a "premature 'stop codon'" in horses with lateral ambling gaits. This mutation is also a gene, therein even one copy of the mutated gene can turn out gaitedness.

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