Step Of Horse
In the natural environment, the horse is moving in four main ways (alures): step, rash, alien and shell. Innocents are considered rare and not natural, but most often acquired in allure.
In the course of the movement, the limbs of support, pushing and limb work are being rotated.
The number of hits by the hooves over the land is called a tempo. Depending on the number of paces, there are two, three and four temples. Another characteristic is the length of the step, the distance between the limbs of one side. The frequency of this step is measured by the number of steps per minute.
At the speed of movement, the elusive horses are divided into slow (short and stroke) and fast (spring, holoop and bottom). There is also another division into natural and artificial allures. Naturally called allures of characteristic horses from nature, it's a step, a stroke, a rust, an alien and a shell. The disastrous ones are those developed by an animal based on reflexes. These modes of movement include Spanish moves and sprays, pyafé, passengerage, pyruises, chickenbet, copriol and others (mainly used in the field).
Any allure can be scattered in a pattern: collected, medium, added and free.
The step is the slowest allur in which there is no support phase; it is set at 4 paces (the number of land hits to move the whole body by one step forward) with two or three causal backings.
The horse raises and puts forward the front right leg, and when it goes down, the back left leg goes up and forward. This leg movement is called diagonal: first the right front, followed by the left rear, then left front and finally right rear. There are four following each other ' s slash of land. Average horse It's five miles an hour.