I felt like doing a second part of the horse tutorial, just cause. And someone wanted tips on movement. I'm no expert, but I reccommend anyone get "How to Draw Animals" by Jack Hamm, cause he goes through ten frames of each movement of each regular gait of the horse. I've internalized them thanks to him.
I also included stuff on gaited horses, because I can never resist letting people know that I own a Peruvian. I used pictures of Chano being worked for reference, because really, a 4-beat gait like his is impossible to get by watching him. Plus, I've tried to tell folks about gaited horses and they're like "What? Your horse is gay?"
I saw gaited riders at the Equine Expo in Texas in 2003, and the riders carried glasses of champage to determine who was the smoothest. A lady who had bragged up and down about her Tennesee Walker spilled her glass in like the first two minutes and ran around bumping into everyone else to make them spill their cup. But the guy on the Peruvian Paso stallion dodged her for the whole race and din't spill a drop. Heh.