hoof of the hind leg
Lynx is a push-pull gait with a hanging phase. This is the most energy-efficient way of moving a horse to cover long distances.
The legs of the diagonal pair should land simultaneously.
The front and hind legs form two equal triangles. The third triangle (in the middle, with the base on the bottom line of the horse) is formed by two legs, front and rear, located on the same side. Continue reading