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Gaits of the Icelandic Horse
The Icelandic horse is bred to have up to five gaits--walk, trot, canter, tolt, and flying pace. Not all Icelandics exhibit the flying pace. It is one of the few breeds that require a tolt and the trot. FEIF, International Federation of Icelandic Horse Associations, defines the breeding standard as "to breed a versatile, consistent in gaits and reliable horse with good, clear gaits and an excellent, lively temperament. A horse that is beautiful when ridden – a true Icelandic 'gæðingur'.”…
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