Racing in Japan -VS- United States?
Will horses have trouble getting their footing when racing in Japan....I noticed that they run around the track in a different direction...will horses running here in the states have more trouble turning right rather than left like they do here in the united states....is this direction change hard for a horse to do...or do they just fall right into it...?
- Carl GeeLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yeah, it is all about the lead change. Generally speaking, most horses have a stronger drive when on the right lead, but they are extremely adaptable creatures. They will pick it up quickly
- JessLv 41 decade ago
It actually depends on the horse, some handle it really well and some don't. The ones that don't keep changing their lead leg, which just causes interference and stuff like that.
- 1 decade ago
They just lead with a different leg. They pick it up after a few goes.
Not all of Japans tracks run clockwise however, most run ant-clockwise.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
well like someone said not all tracks in japan are set up the same , tokyo niigata and chukyo ar lefthanded while nakayama , kyoto and hanshin are right so it depends.
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- 1 decade ago
idk if it changes but i dont think it will make a dif