I'm sorry, but "...I know it could be a problem if you couldn't get your horse turned around on the trail or something, or maybe harder if you're not used to doing it, but I just thought that was funny :)" sounded to me like you're refferig to getting on the horse from the right side, I just don't see the connection to your horse being the same on both sides. I guess my bad, apologies. But If I'm expected to perfectly understand everybody's points then I will expect everybody to understand mine too. Which some people didn't and that's why I'm here. I'm not here to argue, I was just simply re-explaining what I meant as I saw people misunderstood me. Maybe you could have formulated your sentence better. But, again, I apologise to you for misunderstanding, I don't want to argue in this thread any further.
Also I wanted to say that I'm getting on and off my horse on the right side regularly as well (my only way of getting up there) and though I don't consider it anything special I won't be lying by saying there's no practising behind it, that it all just came natural since the first second I found myself standing by the right shoulder of the horse. Without practising getting on a horse at all would be in many cases plain impossible.
And when I was explaining things about practising, it wasn't a reaction to you. Before you get angry at somebody for reacting to you and say how "less than mature" they are for doing that, make sure it actually is a reaction to you. It was a reaction to whoever said practise won't help. Practise won't make you 100% perfect again, but it will help. There are handless people swimming and playing guitars, legless people playing basketball and blind people barrel racing. But it's all the same thing over again and I'll leave this topic right now before it gets really pointless.