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Comment by LFALTL on February 25, 2010 at 7:48am
Also I wanted to add I am keeping her rides short- I am afraid I may do something to hinder her growth... and I really want her to grow up some more!!!!
Comment by LFALTL on February 25, 2010 at 7:46am
She has only had about 10- 15 rides so far, mostly in flat walk- she is only just 2 and a half so I dont want to over do anything.

I have found she has a gait that is inbetween the walk and the trot, that is fast and smooth, with an overstride... she stays in it fairly well for such a green mule... (I say that as though I know.. but she is actually my first mule... im comparing her to horses)

There is a strong chance that she has a proper run walk but I have not spent the time with her to find it yet... she is only a baby!

I have this problem with gaited equines- which is that unless they have a super natural runwalk, I prefer the trot because I know whats going on! With gaited horses that tend to trot/pace/ anything inbetween... I dont like it much!
Comment by Mary Reiner on February 25, 2010 at 7:38am
How are his gaits?

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