Although giraffes have an lateral sequence walk  (ipsilateral legs move together, like the camels), they change to front and back legs together when galloping with the rear legs reaching far in front of he front legs
Note the stability of the neck !
Slowing to a trot 
Don't turn into a pretzel !
Composite image of a giraffe (#1, #2 and #4 from the left) galloping

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