When people talk about a racehorse needing a blinker on the "inside" to keep him straight, what side are they talking about?
One-eyed, or extension blinkers, are usually employed when a horse has a tendency to hang to the left or right during a race.
The blinker cup is employed on the side the horse veers towards and effectively keeps them running in a straight line.
If the horse veers towards the inside of the track (either left or right) then the blinker will be employed on the "inside."
A jumps horse that displays this tendency will often be run on courses that turn in the direction the horse jumps out to.
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