There is SO much you can teach this blank little slate!!
Babies are wonderful because there's nothing to unteach, just teach
Once she knows the basic ground work skills:
-yields hind end (with physical hand pressure and with swinging rope pressure, surprisingly pressure from your hand takes more work than moving away from motion)
-backs up (off physical pressure and verbal cue!)
-leads quietly and politely at an appropriate distance at walk and trot
-gives to lateral pressure (turning head with the halter)
-puts head down on cue (great for shifting out of 'flight mode' when they get older)
-Pick head up - out of grass :P
-be tied politely
-stand without being tied
-pick up all 4 feet
Once the basics are down you can teach SO much more!
-touch targets (learn as many different verbal cues for different objects as possible
-grab targets (picking them up or even fetching them!)
-follow targets (eventually at liberty through or over obstacles)
-stand quietly while you walk around
-pick up feet on verbal or visual cue rather than a physical one
-yield all parts with verbal or visual cue as opposed to physical ones (A point and a word rather than a touch or a swinging rope)
-back up numerous steps on a verbal cue (build it up! My pony will back all the way down my driveway)
-get her verbal cues perfect for walk/trot/halt transitions on lead to eventually prepare for easier mounted work
Oh there's so much more I just can't even begin to list it all I didn't even mention things to practice desensitizing! There is so much to do with untrained horses!! They're wonderful
Have fun! Let the baby have fun - make training a playful game as opposed to a stressful training session - remember we have horses cause they're fun!