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The Tennessee Walker

"The trial gait of a Tennessee Walker is just as its name implies, a walk, although at a working pace. The field trial handler will seldom urge his horse beyond a flat walk, but occasionally he may quicken pace in order to quickly reach a dog seen on point at a far-off ride. Rarely, if ever, a handler may bring his horse to a fast walk approaching a canter and then only if authorized by the judges."

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