noun, plural pa·so do·bles, Spanish pa·sos do·bles [pah-saws -daw-bles]. /ˈpɑ sɔs ˈdɔ βlɛs/.
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Indeed, is he wise he adopts this paso himself, instead of the English trot.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
There are several varieties of amble peculiar to the Peruvian horse; the most approved is that called the paso llano.
The speed of a good ambler in the paso portante is so great, that he will outstrip another horse at full gallop.
The paso compañero is merely a nominal modification of the paso portante.
Many horses have no paso llano, but in its stead a short trot.