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My horse always wants to go right?

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        07-10-2014, 03:16 PM
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    Foal
    Question My horse always wants to go right?

    I recently got a new horse. His name is Bentley. 12yo Quarter/Paint gelding. I love him so much. But I have noticed that when I'm riding him he always wants to go to the right. What I mean by this is when we are riding down the road he will pull to the right side (like having a flat tire) when we get to a road on the right side he wants to go down that road. Never the left side even if that's the side the driveway is. Yes I make him go where I want him to but he keeps pulling right. I'm not sure how else to describe this. Has anyone else had this happen?
         
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        07-10-2014, 03:28 PM
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    Green Broke
    Sure. Animals are right or left dominant just like people. Things I check before thinking it's a simple training issue are vision, skeletal alignment, muscle imbalance. Rare, rare cases are neurological in origin. Most often it's simple training or habit.
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