Al Dunning #ReadyToRide: Left-Itis

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Like people, horses have handedness (or sidedness) preference. Most often, your horse prefers his left side. Why? Because we as riders and handlers complete most activities from the left: lead, saddle, mount and dismount. Al Dunning shares how to combat this left-sidedness, or 'left-itis' as he calls it. 

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