The tölt (whose pronunciation is " teultt") is a natural pace of Amble broken at four times. The characteristic of this pace is that the Cheval has always at least a foot on the ground. The first horse known to practice the tölt was the Icelandic Cheval. This pace is known under the American term of gait or of individual foot . This fourth pace must be innate, and not acquired, as for the horses of the race of the Rocky Mountain Horse the Icelandic, or horses.
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