Watch as trainer Anita Howe explains the Tennessee Walking Horse’s rocking chair canter.
Of note is how their natural looseness combines with the use of their head and neck to add loft and elevation to their collected canter. This combines to produce a notable headnodding action that is completely natural and fluid.
The collected canter takes tremendous strength for upward lift that is best developed over weeks and months to avoid over-strain or injury.
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