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 Jan. 11, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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