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    11-23-2008, 12:46 AM
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scrambling?

Dont know if that's the proper word(was told it was)but my horse usually rides on the left side of a straight load trailer.Last weekend we trailered the horses up in the hills and hubby for whatever reason put my horse on the right.Every corner coming home(downhill)it sounded like he was slipping and 'scrambling' to stay on his feet.We checked him and he was still upright but the noise was frightening.When we unloaded I could see where he marked up the wall w/ his feet.Needless to say he will never be on the right side. My question is why did he do this, do horses just do better on one side rather than the other.I have an anxious time anytime they are trailered anyways so this did me no good lol.
     

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