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You will find Palomino Fox Trotters and Fox Trotter Horses of all colors.
The Missouri Fox Trotting Horse was developed in the rugged Ozark hills during the 19th century by settlers who needed easy riding, durable mounts that could travel long distances at a sure-footed, ground consuming gait.
Missouri achieved statehood in 1821 and the pioneers who poured across the Mississippi River and settled in the Ozarks came largely from Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia. Naturally they brought along saddle horses popular in those areas. It soon became apparent that horse able to perform the easy, broken gait called the Fox Trot were the most useful in the rocky, forest covered hills of the Ozarks and selective breeding for the Fox Trot gait began.
You will find Tennessee Walking Horses of All Colors and Experience
The Tennessee Walking Horse is a distinct breed that does not trot, but has a gait called a "running walk". This gait provides the rider with a smooth comfortable ride, no bounce for the rider. To ride a Tennessee Walking Horse, the rider just has to sit quiet in the saddle. No posting is necessary.
Besides their smooth gaits, the Tennessee Walking Horse is known world wide for their great dispositions, gentle manners, and good looks.