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Dollar is a horse I road on a pack trip in Colorado. On the ride into the wilderness he was a packhorse and I road behind him on Blackie. I noticed Dollar had a habit of racking on the steep trails and it made the packs really rock back and forth. I wondered why he did that and thought it might make him uncomfortable to ride. (Most appaloosas are very comfy.) None-the-less, we all fell in love with Dollar, he was so sweet and adorable. For the ride out our guide, Willie, asked me if I would ride Dollar because he wanted to pack Blackie and give Dollar a break with a lighter load. I jumped at the chance even though I thought it might be an uncomfortable 15 miles of mountain riding. Boy was I wrong. I don’t know why but Dollar is smooth as silk and I felt fortunate to have him as my mount.