- - One sided
|BarrelWannabe ||09-24-2011 02:34 AM |
My horse is a bit one sided when I'm riding. He works to the right great but he seems to fight going to the left. I was wondering if I got a chiro out if it would help. I know he has never been seen by a chiro. Would it help his being one sided? I've been working on flexing and bend to both sides equally.
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|natisha ||09-24-2011 09:43 PM |
It could help.
|Phantomcolt18 ||09-25-2011 12:21 AM |
I would do the chiro and then work with the left side to acieve what you have on the right. From my experience it seems horses have 2 brains; left and right. What you teach one side you also have to teach the other.
|loosie ||09-25-2011 12:49 AM |
Could be a body/chiro/physio type prob. Could be saddle fit, could be that you're unconsciously one sided, could be a bit or tooth problem, could be hoof/lameness related... could be training.
|AmazinCaucasian ||09-25-2011 02:12 AM |
Show us a video and we can help more. walk, trot, and lope both ways in a circle (with and without a rider). Walking straight away from camera and back to camera
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