|Arabian mare cross-cantering|
Cross-cantering Breyer Models.
Note: Real horses generally cross-canter when playing, in pain, incorrect training, inexperience, or weakness of the back. A cross cantering horse is considered a fault when showing. It is also uncomfortable for the rider and typically, the horse.
|Breyer Black Beauty -Right lead in front legs, Left lead in back legs|
|Running Stallion-Right lead in front, Left lead in back|
|Ginger-Left lead in front, Right lead in rear|
|Cantering Stock Horse-Left Lead in front, Right lead in back.|
|Cantering Foal-Right lead in front, left lead in rear.|
I hope this is helpful in identifying your cross-cantering models.
Note: Pictures are from Identify Your Breyer.