Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: New Brunswick, Canada
• Horses: 0
I had the same problem with many horses. I accually encountered one yesterday. All horses have an 'off' side like humans. What you have to do is get ahead of your horse. Start by lunging him on his prefered side, then turn him around and ask him to go in the opposite direction. If he tries to turn on you, cut him off, point and snap your whip. Race him around to the horse side and urge him forward with your voice, body and whip. Don't give up until you win.
Make sure to do a lot of work on his bad side too. Walk, pet, touch and work from his off side often, so he learns there's nothing to worry about.