Racking Horse


An American Horse Breed Derived From The Tennessee Walking Horse

Beautiful Racking Horse

Outstanding Example Of The Racking Horse

The Racking Horse is attractive and gracefully built with a long sloping neck, full flanks, well boned, smooth legs and finely textured hair

The Racking Horse is considered a light horse in comparison with other breeds, averaging 15.2 hands high

Colours may be black, bay, sorrel, chestnut, brown, gray, yellow, cremello, buckskin, dun, palomino, roan, champagne, and even spotted

The gaits performed by the Racking Horse do not alter between the bridle path and the show ring. Though he may be shown under saddle, in hand or in harness, he still performs the smooth, collected gait which made him famous

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