High resolution giclee print mounted on cradled birch plywood panel, 12 x 12".
The Missouri Fox Trotter, designated the state horse June 4, 2002, were developed in rugged Ozark hills of Missouri during the early 19 th century. Bloodlines can be traced from early settlers to Missouri from the neighboring states of KY, IL, TN and AR. The distinguishing characteristic of the fox trotter is its rhythmic gait, in which the horse walks with the front feet and trots with the hind feet.
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