Five Gaited, American, Saddlebred, World Champion, Boucheron





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Published on Dec 9, 2011

Five Gaited American Saddlebred, World Champion, Boucheron is featured in this thrilling video. American Saddlebred champion competing at the World Championships in Louisville KY.
The video starts just after the show horses enter the ring.American Saddlebred gaited horse Boucheron enters the ring and quickly takes over to dominate the field of five gaited horses competing to win the world championship Title.
CH Boucheron preform all gaits with grace and form. Set to music its almost like dancing. The Five gaits are Walk, Saddlebred show horses do an animated or primp walk, The Trot is a high stepping workman like trot at speed. Learn more about the gaits at. www.saddlebredtrainingtips.blogspot.com
Slow Gait, is a slow four beat gait done with extreme collection.
In addition Five gaited Saddlebreds are expected to Rack.
The Rack is a broken pace in which one foot hits the ground at a time. Rolling like a wheel at incredible speed. And the last gait is the Canter. The canter on the gaited horse is expected to cover ground and could be considered a slow gallop.
Find more about the canter at www.saddlebredtrainingtips.blogspot.com
Carefully watch the video of Five gaited american saddlebred horse.
see if you can tell which gaited horses are preforming their gaits correctly. The Trot should be even each leg reaching the same height
the rear legs or hocks should be even as well. American Saddlebred Horses should not pitch a foot or bobble.
More at www.saddlebredtrainingtips.blogspot.com

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