Yesterday when I was riding Jubilee she was being a complete dork and sticking her head way down. I was riding outside and it was snowing, but just lightly. I know that when a horse puts its head way down or way up its a sure sign of disrespect because they are evading contact. I don't know why she was doing this though. I had not ridden for a week and I know she was a bit stiff, but I did lunge her first and she was really good for that considering she was going through snow. But in the saddle, she would stretch her neck way far down and she was SO hard on the mouth. Whenever I'd try to get her to stop, I felt like I was pulling forever on her mouth and felt so bad. One thing I felt did help with this, was applying more leg and lifting my inside rein to lift her head up. This did help and whenever she did it, I made sure to praise her for it. She hasn't been this dorky in a while. Was she just annoyed at being ridden? It did start to light hail at the end, so I stopped riding. But why was she acting like this? And how can I fix it? Thanks guys.