Originally Posted by SlideStop
Can you start with positive experiences in the stall? Feed her in there and take her out. Take her tack off in her stall. Groom her is there. When you bring her in toss some carrots in her feed bucket. Make it a happy place!!!
I'd also try toys. The Amazing graze is a GREAT toy. The horse rolls it and snacks fall out. Some lady's at my barn do cheerios. It's pretty funny watch a horse sift through bedding hunting for one cheerio! Uncle Jims hanging balls are good too! The horses go nuts for them.
We had a laid up mare who was a weaver/walker and a length wise mirror hung horizontally at eye level helped her relax a bit.
How open is her stall? Does it have solid walls? Somewhere to hang her head out? A window?
You can also try building a 12x12 sectioned off area in her paddock to help her get used to smaller spaces.
You may also want to line her stall with rubber mats to soften the blow to her body when she kicks the wall.
I'd also second the collar when she is really misbehaving. There are somethings that are just a NO in my book.
Sorry my post was a bit all over the place, I was just typing what came to mind.
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I had to put mesh wiring up over her stall because when she realizes she can get her head out she runs through the door or stall chain but I do like ur ideas