Ok, so I haven't posted much on here, but from what I asked before about getting our welsh pony Star to back up out of my space, I got some wonderfully helpful responses. So I'm hoping we can get a little more help with another bump we've come accross.
We've gotten pretty good at our basic ground work. She moves her hip nicely, moves her shoulders, backs up now, come twoards me, and lunges very well on her left side. The whole time we've been working, her right side has been her "problem" side. When she lunges to the right, she pulls at the halter untill she's turning the other way. She pulls to the outside (toward the fence).
We'd gone over some more halter breaking, incase that may have been the problem, but she performed almost perfectly. She flexes well, leads with almost no effort, and backs up with very little halter pressure.
I'm not letting her just pull, (as in I don't lean my weight against hers) I give the lead rope she's pulling on a tug towards me, and that hasn't helped at all. We've tried a stop when she pulls, then go again, and start loose....
What can I be doing to help this? Like I said, she's good with her left side. I think her last owner (if they did any work, because she was a rescue) focused more on the left side.