I said a clip, clop, a clippy to the clippy, the clip clip clop

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  • Meda Emard Reply

    [Paso Fino](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paso_Fino), or other gaited Spanish breed (possibly [Peruvian Paso](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peruvian_Paso)) They're known for their fast walk like this. Its a breed trait and suppose to be a super smooooooth ride Edit: And my family always tells me my vast knowledge of ~~hoses~~ horses will never come in handy... SURE. So for Paso Fino's instead of a traditonal trot, they do this walk (a four beat movement, and for the Fino's its usually a lateral ambling gait) It turns out very smooth and as fast as a trot. Paso's have three forms of this gait: classic fino/paso (Collected form, between walk and trot speed), paso corto (more extended, about trot speed), paso largo (extended, about canter/gallop speed). The Peruvian Paso's are called different but basically same concept. There are the "tolt" too which are for icelandic horses. Which is the same thing the Paso Fino's perform. >There is considerable variation in style within the gait, and thus the tölt is variously compared to similar lateral gaits such as the rack of the Saddlebred, the largo of the Paso Fino, or the running walk of the Tennessee Walking Horse. - [Icelandic Horse, Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icelandic_horse)