Afterward we did some on-line groundwork-- working on Parelli's Circle Game to teach her to keep moving without having to constantly remind her, then some direction changes and transitions, then lateral flexion and yielding hind- and forequarters. She's getting really good at yielding, today I tried driving with the end of the rope instead of applying direct pressure and she didn''t skip a beat. We also worked on our figure eights... which I think is more of a challenge for me to communicate what I want then for her to do it!
Sometimes she gets a little pissed at me for kicking her, pins her ears and then turns around and looks at my foot, it's super funny but I try to act all outraged so she won't try to bite my foot at some point and then I'll have to get really serious. Hopefully she'll figure out that if she just moves forward, the pressure and then kicking will stop. I try to be all discipline but she's just sooooooo good!
Here's a video at the walk: