How very useful when a photo confirms your suspicians. Sometimes this is not such good news, but in the case of Good Direction it always appeared to me that he was floating around without touching the ground. He is one of the lightest movers for a Thoroughbred of his size that I can recall. I have even made jokes about levitation and leading him around with a string.
Here is a photo of Good Direction not doing anything special. He is just cruising around his paddock without touching the ground, no big deal, he does it every day. I guess he is just really happy to have been rescued. If you missed reading the story of Good Direction you can find it in a previous post. If you are interested in an outstanding dressage prospect, come visit him at Tranquility Farm.