Not too long ago, my horse developed a sore left hip, causing him to be incredibly stiff. One of my trainers is trained in acuscope, and offered to start treating my horse. It has worked MIRACLES! So far things have gone fantastic! He hasn't shown any signs of stiffness since (*knock on wood*)! Although, I have noticed that going to the right he seems slightly more stiff at the beginning of our ride than to the left. After a few minutes of warm up and when I start pushing him forward he feels great again. I asked my trainer about this, and she said he still looks great and he might feel slightly stiff to he right because he has to strike off harder with the left hind.
Sooo, after that long backround, my question is: Do most horses go better/looser one way than the other side? I'm so thankful my horse is feeling great and being treated by this. I'm not sure if any of ya'll are familiar with it but it's homeopathic, has NO known risks/side effects, and is guaranteed to at least help some like 99.9% of the time, if it doesn't fix th problem permanently.
Before I launch into a lecture about my latest obsession with this, I guess just google it if you're curious, but there's a jillion things it helps with and is GREAT!