As a general "stereotype" most horses are better to the left.
My experience with horses has mostly been true to that. Coming from a barrel racing background, it is very important to determine your horse's better side because most people prefer to have two turns to the horse's better side, rather than two turns to their "hard" side. Of course, you always want to make your horse as equal as you can on both sides, but just like a human will still prefer to write right-handed or left-handed, horses will also always have a side that is easier (preferred) for them.
Shotgun turns pretty equally both ways, but he's actually a righty when we look at the fine details.
Red is absolutely a lefty. (very swayed to that left; we have to work hard to the right)
Dexter is a lefty.
Beau was a righty, although he wasn't predominately so.
Romeo, didn't have him very long, but he was a lefty.
Jammer (also didn't have her too long), she was a lefty.
Misty was a lefty.
Scooter was a lefty.
Crinkle (my mothers horse ) was a lefty.
Reckless (her current horse) is a lefty.
So yeah, mostly leftys holds true for me!
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