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This gait is trot.
The trot is a two-beat gait. The right hind and left front legs move together, and the left hind and right front legs move together.
This gait is the gallop, or run. There is one moment when all four feet are off the ground. It is usually a 4-beat gait.
The gait is the walk, a four-beat gait. The walk is the slowest of the gaits.
This is the canter, a 3-beat gait. While cantering, the horse is either on the left or right lead/leg. When turning in a circle to the right, the horse should be on the right lead, and when turning to the left, should be on the left lead. So the horse should always be leading with it's inside leg.