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Does Carrying a Rider Change Motor and Sensory Laterality in Horses?

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Schwarz, Sophie ; Marr, Isabell ; Farmer, Kate ; Graf, Katja ; Stefanski, Volker ; Krueger, Konstanze
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 25 May 2022 11:25


Simple Summary Laterality, or one-sidedness, has been studied in many species, including horses, and has been linked to factors such as stress and emotionality. Today, although most horses are used for riding, the impact that carrying a rider has on their sensory (preferred side of sensory organs) and motor (preferred side of body usage) laterality has not been researched to date. In this study, ...


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