She did a lot better than what I expected. When I clipped her up, she stood there for a second, and then went to walk forward, and realized she couldn't keep going, so she just stood there for a minute or so with her head up. Then she relaxed, and backed up, to were she stands so her head is free. I patted her then, and waited until she backed up to find what her limits were. After that, she stood calmly as if she's been cross tying for years, and I did a full grooming on her, and she stood completely still the whole time. I am so impressed with her!
Afterwards we went for a walk in the arena, and she was a little 'hyper', but nothing I couldn't handle .
In the cross ties:
In the arena:
And back in her stall after her training session of the day :