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Is your horse left-bended or right-bended?

A very dominating lateral asymmetry of a horse is the lateral bend in the body. Almost every horse bends naturally more easily to one side than to the other. So some horses bend more easily to the left and others more easily to the right when they move.

In this article you can read more about this phenomenon and can download a free checklist to determine the lateral bend at your horse.

Cllick HERE for the article and download the FREE checklist >>

And please let met know in the comments below, do you have a left-bended or a right- bended horse. Or perhaps you have an S-shaped horse?

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2 thoughts on “Is your horse left-bended or right-bended?


Comment author said

By Jo on 18 January 2015 at 19:35

All though a driving pony is not carrying weight as in riding.
They are pushing into their collars to pull the vehicle.
They have to be very supple to do the dressage and cones
And the obstacles, this is done at speed and with very sharp turns and bends.
As a veterinary physiotherapist I find many problems with
Horses and ponies that are imbalance.
I am hoping to learn more about improving this problem as I see a great deal of pace and gait problems.

 

Comment author said

By Jo on 18 January 2015 at 19:47

I would like to purchase the on line course but as a driver I am only or mainly interested in the ground work and not the riding
Do you have any one that can do the driving part?
Thanks jo

 

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