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The Racking horse is an American breed of horse developed from the Tennessee Walking Horse. This breed has a reputation as a superior riding horse, mainly because of its distinct single-foot gait. Racking horses are a light riding horse, standing approximately 62 inches tall and weighing only 1,000 pounds. They are considered an especially graceful breed with a long neck and well-muscled body.
All solid equine coat colors and roan are accepted by the breed registries, although they are commonly seen in dun, cream and champagne varieties.
Racking horses have a pleasant disposition and are highly intelligent. While illegal under the Horse Protection Act of 1970, the practice of soring is associated with this breed.
Racking Horses For Sale In Alaska
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