Like savvy said, she wasn't engaging her hindquarters in either video. Just plodding along on her front end.
Originally Posted by JustLeaveIt2Mya
exactly, it kepted her head down while I was teaching her to neck rein
This statement really saddens me. Her head does not need
to be down to teach to neck rein. Not in the slightest bit. How do you think it's helping? And also, a tie-down should never, ever be strapped so tightly that the horse has to keep it's nose on it's chest to get a release.
To teach to neck rein, have a rein in each hand, and when you ask her to turn right, move your hands together to the right, bringing the left rein onto her neck and simultaneously "pulling" her into the turn with your right rein.