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money gait

money gait
 n.— «So how do you spot balance? I’ll show you here. I’m going to present three different horses, each showing varying degrees of balance. I’ll explain what I look for from a conformation standpoint, then I’ll show each at the lope. I call that the “money gait”—it tells you right away about a horse’s balance and athleticism (or lack therein).» —“How to Spot Balance in a Horse” by Bob Avila, Sue M. Copeland EquiSearch.com Jan. 11, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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