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Natural or acquired means of locomotion used by a horse, based on limb movements. There are four principal gaits.
Natural jumping gait between a walk and a gallop in two movements: both pairs of diagonal legs alternate in touching down, with a pause in between.
Natural walking gait in four equal movements: each leg lifts and touches down diagonally in succession. This is a horse’s slowest gait.