Originally Posted by kimber769
She kicked when the neighbor was walking up behind her to bring her in for feeding, the filly knows the neighbor very well as we usually work with the horses together.
It's a fairly normal reaction for a horse to kick first, look later when approached/surprised from behind by another horse, but you don't want to tolerate this with people. We always want to impress that they must look first before deciding to kick. Run her off like a lead mare would, go about your business, and wait for her to approach you 'with manners'.